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Alor is a place of numerous world class dive sites with its astonishing seascape, colors and marine life

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Komodo Island is particularly notable as the habitat of the Komodo dragon, the largest lizard on Earth

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Flores is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands. It has become Indonesia’s ‘Next big Thing’

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03. March 2020

KLM cancels flights to Hong Kong, extends China flight suspensions over coronavirus outbreak

KLM is further adjusting its flights to mainland China and Hong Kong in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.


Previously, KLM suspended its services to Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen until March 28. Now, KLM flights to Chengdu, Hangzhou and Xiamen will be further suspended until May 3.


The Dutch carrier is also offering flights to Hong Kong every other day instead of daily flights until May 3.


06. March 2020

Coronavirus: IATA says airline industry could be impacted by over $110 billion

Latest analysis from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that coronavirus could cost the global airline industry up to $113 billion.

The figure is up significantly from the $29.3 billion estimate which IATA published in mid-February.

The association said that global revenue losses for airline passenger businesses would now be between $63 billion and $113 billion depending on the continued spread of the virus. The analysis does not include estimates for the impact on cargo operations.

Golf in Lombok Grip it and rip it

A couple of excellent golf courses ensure that Lombok has a growing reputation as a perfect destination

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Rinjani Trekking A challenge to the Summit

Mount Rinjani in Lombok is one of the most popular and challenging trekking destination in Indonesia

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02. March 2020

Bali Airport Fights COVID-19

As reported by Beritadewata.com, Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport has undertaken an intensive two-day disinfection program as just one means of limiting the spread of COVID-19.  

Five personnel from the Airport's Health Office (KKP) cleaned, sterilized and disinfected surfaces and equipment across the entire Airport.

07. March 2020

Citilinks Melbourne-Bali Link a Virus Victim

Detik.com reports that the Garuda Indonesia's low-cost subsidiary Citilink Airline has suspended, until further notice, its short-lived Denpasar, Bali – Melbourne (Avalon) service after less than six weeks of operation.

The cessation, apparently with immediate effect, was reported in the press on 07 March 2020.  Citilink commenced service between Bali and Avalon Airport in Melbourne on 25 January 2020.

Bali Airport Fights COVID-19 KLM cancels flights to Hong Kong Coronavirus: IATA says airline industry could be impacted by over $110 billion Citilinks Melbourne-Bali Link a Virus Victim

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Price (IDR)

Bangkok

Economy

2479000

Business

7785000

Hongkong

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4433000

Business

14077000

Kuala Lumpur

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2109000

Business

4735000

Singapore

Economy

2081000

Business

5268000