TransNusa launches new direct domestic flights

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AlsimTransNusa announced it is launching five new domestic routes to boost domestic and foreign tourism spending and travel. Flights for the new domestic routes will begin between April 1 and April 19, depending on TransNusa’s scheduled timeline.

The new five routes are Bali to world’s diving paradise Manado; Manado to the home of world’s richest coral reef and rare marine species, Raja Ampat, Sorong; Manado to Indonesia’s Island of Spices, Ambon; Sorong to Ambon and Sorong to Timika, home to the Jaya Wijaya mountain, which is the highest peak in Indonesia.

TransNusa Group Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Bernard Francis said that increasing air connectivity within tourism destinations is part of the Indonesian government’s Eight Strategic Steps in boosting national tourism performance.

“We would like to play our part in boosting and increasing air connectivity within tourism destinations in the country to assist the government realise its tourism development plans. Our focus is in increasing direct flight to destinations that has high potential and is world renowned for its unique and stunning landscape and natural offerings,” he said, adding that Indonesia has more than 17,000 islands that boosts it own stunning and vibrant panoramas.

TransNusa’s flight from Manado to Sorong will depart Manado from Sam Ratulangi International Airport and arrive at the Domine Eduard Osok Airport, Sorong. TransNusa will fly this round-trip route 11 times weekly. It has daily scheduled direct flight as well as one additional scheduled direct flight on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The daily scheduled direct flight will depart Manado at 09.00am and arrive at Sorong at 11.20am. While the second scheduled direct flight will depart Manado at 16.10pm and arrive at Sorong at 18.20pm while scheduled flight from Sorong to Manado will depart at 11.45am and arrive at 12.10pm. The additional scheduled flight will depart Sorong at 16.00pm and arrive in Manado at 16.20pm. The daily round-trip scheduled direct flights will begin on Friday, April 5 while the additional round-trip direct scheduled flight will begin from Manado on Wednesday, April 17 and from Sorong on Thursday, April 18.

Meanwhile, TransNusa’s flight from Manado to Ambon will depart from Sam Ratulangi International Airport at 12.40pm and arrive at the Pattimura International Airport, Ambon at 14.50pm. The daily scheduled flight will depart Ambon at 15.15pm and arrive at Manado at 15.40pm. TransNusa’s daily scheduled direct flights for this round-trip route will begin on Friday, April 5.

TransNusa’s flight from Sorong to Ambon will depart from the Domine Eduard Osok Airport at 09.00am and arrive at the Pattimura International Airport, Ambon at 10.00am. The TransNusa flight will depart Ambon at 10.25am and arrive at Sorong at 11.25am. The daily round-trip flight will begin on Thursday, April 18.

TransNusa’s flight from Sorong to Timika will depart Sorong from Domine Eduard Osok Airport at 12.10pm and arrive at the Mozes Kilangin Internatioal Airport at 13.30pm. The TransNusa flight will depart Timika at 13.55pm and arrive at Sorong at 15.15pm. TransNusa will offer daily scheduled flights for this route starting Thursday, April 18.

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