Not a single international flight has touched down in Bali 3 months after reopening

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The newest reply to the more and more pesky query “when will international vacationers return to Bali in droves?” appears to be “nonetheless not anytime quickly,” as not a single industrial worldwide flight has touched down on the island since October’s tourism reopening.

“To this point there have been no common worldwide flights scheduled to reach in Bali. So no passengers on direct industrial worldwide flights have entered [the province],” Jamaruli Manihuruk, who heads the Bali workplace of the Justice and Human Rights Ministry, which oversees immigration issues, mentioned yesterday.

That’s to not say that there aren’t any international vacationers in any respect in Bali, Jamaruli famous, because the overwhelming majority of them have arrived by way of Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta Airport. There have additionally been chartered flights arriving from overseas in Bali.

Bali reopened to worldwide vacationers in mid-October 2021, restricted to fully-vaxxed vacationers from 19 eligible international locations. Previous to the reopening, the island solely noticed 45 worldwide vacationers arriving within the first 10 months of 2021.

Tourism operators have lamented Indonesia’s strict journey restrictions and have known as for exceptions to be made for Bali’s vacationers.

Bali welcomed 6 million vacationers in 2019. The island, which is nearly totally reliant on the tourism trade, got here to a standstill when the pandemic hit.

Issues started wanting up in the direction of the tip of 2021, with home vacationers arriving in giant numbers to present the island’s financial system a lifeline.

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