International Flights from Bali Spike 5.43 Percent

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali saw 2,505 wide-body aircraft flown abroad in April, an boost of 5.43 percent compared to Mar of 2,376 aircraft.

“The aircraft carried 454,882 passengers during Apr 2017, an boost of 8.67 percent or 36,300 people compared to a prior month of 418,582 people,” a Central Statistics Agency (BPS) Bali section executive Adi Nugroho pronounced currently in Denpasar.

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He pronounced that a general passengers comprised mostly of unfamiliar tourists enjoying their vacation in Bali.

Bali perceived 477,464 tourists in April. Some 474,338 people arrived by Nugrah Rai Airport and 3,126 went by sea ports.

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The series of arrivals in Apr increasing by 25.40 percent on a year-on-year basement and 12.21 percent on a month-on-month basis.

Five vital destinations of general flights from Bali are Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, China and Hong Kong.

Compared to a prior month, a series of flights to Australian increasing by 9.47 percent, a 1.53 percent boost to Singapore, a 19.17 percent boost to Malaysia and 5.79 percent boost to China. On a other hand, a series of flights to Hong Kong slipped by 6.20 percent.

The series of effusive passengers to Australia increasing by 10.47 percent, a 6.7 percent boost to Singapore, 15.20 percent boost to Malaysia, 11.18 percent boost to China and 5.78 percent boost to Hong Kong.

Compared to Apr 2016, a series of flights to Australia declined by 4.03 percent and Hong Kong forsaken by 17.49 percent.

Meanwhile, general flights to Singapore, Malaysia and China increasing significantly by 21.15 percent, 36.84 percent and 83.57 percent, respectively, Adi Nugroho said.



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