Jiayou! China Airlines resumes Taiwan-Bali flights
Taiwan-based China Airways has formally resumed its Taipei-Bali route, with the primary flight touchdown on the I Gusti Ngurah Rai Worldwide Airport on Friday afternoon, signaling the return of Taiwanese vacationers to the Island of Gods.
Flight CI-771 landed on the Bali airport at 3pm carrying 163 passengers, after flying for five.5 hours from Taoyuan airport. The airplane returned to Taoyuan airport at 4.21pm underneath Flight CI-772.
China Airways’ Taiwan-Bali route is scheduled to function each Tuesday and Friday.
“This flight provides the variety of airways on the Ngurah Rai Airport working worldwide flights to a complete of 24,” state-owned airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I president director Faik Fahmi stated in a press release yesterday.
In 2019, Faik added, Ngurah Rai served 50 worldwide flight routes from 35 worldwide airways. He stated that these numbers at the moment are “the minimal goal to attain” this yr, as Bali tourism awakens from its pandemic slumber.
That yr, Ngurah Rai noticed 116,099 Taiwanese sunseekers flocking to Bali.