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Monday 16 May 2022

Budget airline restarts Bali flights

After a hiatus of over two years, AirAsia has resumed services on its Perth to Bali route.

The inaugural flight, which was 93% full, departed Perth Airport last night.

AirAsia Indonesia CEO Veranita Yosephine said: “The past two years have been extremely difficult for everyone, however things are finally returning to normal. 

"We are thrilled to return to West Australia. It was truly an incredible moment to welcome everyone on board our first flight from Perth to Bali since March 2020.  

“West Australians love Bali and as Asia’s low fare leader, we will continue to provide great-value deals and special promotions for flights and accommodation, from our Airasia Super App and the Airasia website.

“Demand for our new services is very pleasing with many flights filling fast, and we will continue to review opportunities to increase services in the future to match this pent up demand.”  

Perth Airport CEO Kevin Brown was delighted to see another airline partner return.


“Pre-Covid, AirAsia was offering three daily services to Bali Denpasar, and we are looking forward to working with the airline to increase its services in the coming months as more people seek out a winter travel escape and reconnect with Perth’s favourite tropical island destination,” he said.


AirAsia is now operating flights on the Bali-Perth and Perth-Bali routes four times a week every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, with plans to add additional services in the near future. 

Flights can be booked at, through online travel agents and other official ticket sales agents.

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