KLM resumes service to Denpasar, Bali
7 October 2009
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume service between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Denpasar Ngura Rai Airport Bali, with effect from 6 December.
The service with be operated three times weekly and marks the resumption of the Amsterdam-Bali service, which was last operated on 15 October 1997.
The flight to Denpasar, with an intermediate landing in Singapore, will be operated with a Boeing 777-300. The aircraft can carry up to 425 passengers; 35 in World Business Class and 390 in Economy Class.
Flight KL835 will depart from Amsterdam at 21:00 on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, arriving in Denpasar the following day at 20:10.
The return flight, KL836, will depart from Denpasar at 21:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, arriving at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol at 08:00.
Bali is a popular destination among Dutch and other European holidaymakers. This is the main reason why KLM has resumed service to this destination. Together with the daily service to Jakarta, KLM will operate a total of 10 flights to Indonesia as of 6 December.
Reservations can be made as of 3 October. Passengers who book before 15 November will get a special introduction fare of EUR 599 per person.
For further information and reservations, visit klm.com.