*Lion Air Serves Direct Flights to Manado to Denpasar
MAPANGET – North Sulawesi is in the strategic lane of northern Indonesia already has a warehouse of attractions that should be considered. A destination known as the Land of Minahasa has attracted many millennials travelers, because it is clearly caught the eye, famous for the beauty of the sea, the expanse of mountains and hills, the variety of culture, religious nuances and very global about local hospitality.
When you are in Manado, travelers can also enjoy the typical culinary flavors and shop for creative industrial products at Jendela Indonesia. Being here, travelers can pamper themselves for a moment because they face the nautical charm directly. For those who have not yet invited their favorite snorkeling spots, there are ships available to Bunaken Marine Park.
In the business community, North Sulawesi has abundant natural resource potential for various industries, including agriculture, plantation, fishery, marine, forestry, trade and SMEs. Because of its popularity, the province with the capital in Manado continues to boost various sectors, one of which is tourism, to attract many tourists, especially from Bali.
Located to the east of the island of Java, Bali with the capital city of Denpasar is a favorite destination in the world. Famous for its cultural riches filled with artists, beaches, arts and customs, stretches of nature, handicrafts and supported by panoramic views of the sunset that is ready to greet.
Seeing the attractiveness and uniqueness of each region, can be made in the list of holiday itinerary plans. Lion Air (JT flight code) member of Lion Air Group will open direct flights by connecting Instagram points, Manado and Denpasar.
Direct flight operations are effective on September 7, 2018Lion Air started with JT775 number which departed from Sam Ratulangi International Airport, Manado, North Sulawesi (MDC) at 7:30 a.m. and planned to land at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Denpasar, Bali (DPS) at 09.50 Middle Imdonesian Time. Lion Air offers frequency once every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
For the opposite route, Lion Air numbered JT776 departed from Denpasar at 13.15 Middle Indonesian Time and was expected to land at 3:35 p.m. in Manado. This non-stop flight service is served once every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
As an effort to continue to increase the interest of tourists traveling in the destinations of Denpasar and Manado, Lion Air will provide its own choice of comfort and excellent services during the trip, travelers have the opportunity to add to the flying experience with Boeing 737-900ER (215 economy class seats), Boeing737-800NG (189 economy class seats) or Boeing 737 MAX 8 (180 economy class seats).
The launch of this domestic network will offer added value to foreign tourists (tourists), tourist destinations (domestic tourists) and business travelers. from various cities can stop by first by spending time in Manado, then can continue the journey to Denpasar. Likewise, those who have completed the agenda in Bali can continue their next destination, North Sulawesi.
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The route served directly Manado – Denpasar – Manado as a continuation of the success of the Lion Air route from Sam Ratulangi International Airport, including Soekarno-Hatta, Tangerang; Balikpapan, Makassar, Surabaya, Sorong, Jayapura, Changzhou Benniu, Zhengzhou Xinzheng, ChangshaHuanghua, Guangzhou Baiyun, Shanghai Pudong, Shenzhen Bao’an and Binhai Tianjin.
Manado’s relentless flights to Denpasar go home (PP) further improve services while strengthening Lion Air’s commitment to respond to the high demand for traveling in order to realize the dream of tourists exploring easily to Indonesia through Denpasar and Manado.
Lion Air Group is always supportive in providing access to and from Bali and North Sulawesi, in accordance with the concept of Tourism Destination Region 3A, namely specifically accessibility. the presence and availability of flight options are expected to accelerate antardestination connections, so that they have a positive impact on tourism and the economy to the region.
Lion Air projects the growth of North Sulawesi and Bali destinations to grow, in line with various initiatives from the government, tourism industry players, airlines, hotels, airport managers that are supported by many parties. In addition, Lion Air Group supports the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism in achieving 17 million tourists to Indonesia.
The data of PT Angkasa Pura I passenger traffic movement of Sam Ratulangi International Airport Branch, Manado from January to July 2018 recorded 1,644,691 people or increased 8% from the same period in 2018, namely 1,517,437 people.
In January – July 2018, the number of international passengers was 150,372 people, a growth of 69% from a total of 88,914 people in the previous year. For the movement of domestic passengers 1,494,319 people or an increase of 5% from the same period in 2017 which is 1,428,523 people.
According to the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), the total number of foreign tourists coming to North Sulawesi through the Sam Ratulangi entrance in May 2018 is 9,405 people or a decrease of 7.79% compared to April 2018 which reached 10,200 people. When compared to foreign tourists visiting the same month in May 2017 there were 5,589 people, growing 68.28%.
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