Batik Air launches double-daily Perth-Denpasar (Bali) flights

Batik Air will launch a initial Australian track subsequent month with double-daily flights from Perth to Denpasar in Indonesia’s renouned range of Bali commencing from Jun 21.

Using an Airbus A320 aircraft, all flights will offer business category use with 3 rows of seats in a 2-2 layout…

… and with a tour being reduction than 4 hours in any direction, design to find domestic-style recumbent seats with a reasonable 45-inch pitch, rather than fully-flat beds as are standard on longer flights.

Pictured, and above: Batik Air’s Boeing 737 aircraft, with identical seating offering aboard a Airbus A320s

Inflight party is supposing around fold-up screens during any business category seat, with AC and USB charging ports at-hand and nominal dishes served on crockery suitable to a time of day:

With Batik Air’s solitary loll located in Jakarta, a business category sheet doesn’t buy loll entrance in Perth or Denpasar: though if your pass wallet sports a Priority Pass label – such as offering giveaway around Westpac Altitude Black – we could use that label for entrance to a Premier Lounge in Denpasar.

Batik Air moody ID6008 is wheels-up in Perth during 8:30am for a 12:10pm alighting in Indonesia – or nap in and book moody ID6006 instead that departs Perth during 6:20pm and reaches Denpasar during 10pm internal time.

For a tour home, we could take moody ID6006 to leave Bali only after lunch during 12:55pm and hold down in Perth during 4:35pm, in time for cooking – or make a many of your time divided and book ID6007 instead, wheels-up during 8:40pm and alighting in Perth during 12:20am, only after midnight on a following calendar day.

These flights are now open for engagement around transport agents and a Batik Air website, where a new track is being promoted to “operate soon”:

Batik Air is partial of a Lion Air Group, along with Malindo Air that already offers Perth-Kuala Lumpur flights and now flies to Queensland also with a daily Brisbane-Denpasar-Kuala Lumpur service.

The Perth-Denpasar track is hotly contested with Batik Air a fifth airline to offer uninterrupted flights alongside Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia, Jetstar and Tigerair.

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