Dubai’s Emirates resumes flights to Bali after two years

DUBAI: Dubai’s Emirates has resumed its flights to popular Indonesian tourist destination Bali, two years after the suspension of flights due to the Covid pandemic. 

The resumption of services comes with the easing of international air travel restrictions, and ramping up of global operations.

The first flight in two years landed in Bali on May 1, and Emirates shared the news on its Twitter page. 

“Earlier this week, we landed in Bali for the first time in 2 years. Greeted by a spectacular water cannon salute and the traditional Joged Bubung dance, the return of services to the island brings our network to over 130 global destinations,” tweeted Emirates.

The Dubai-Bali route will be served by the Boeing 777 aircraft, five times per week.
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