The Jogja – Singapore route is part of an effort to facilitate travel access for business people and tourists in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and Singapore. The Singapore sector to Jogja increase foreign tourist visits to Indonesia is in line with the Bangga Berwisata di Indonesia (BBWI) program in line with the success of the ATF TRAVEX (Travel Exchange) agenda at the Jogja Expo Center 2-5 February 2023 and Prambanan Temple as the location of the Opening Ceremony of ASEAN Tourism Forum 2023.
YOGYAKARTA – Batik Air (ID flight code) member of Lion Air Group provides more flying opportunities. Stay tuned for the first flight of international scheduled passengers starting January 30, 2023, from Yogyakarta Kulonprogo International Airport (YIA) to Changi International Airport in Singapore (SIN), served without transit (direct) round trip (PP).
|Route||Flight No.||Schedule Time Departure||Schedule Time Arrival||Frequency|
|Yogyakarta Kulonprogo (YIA) – Singapura (SIN)||ID-7297||06.00||09.00||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday|
|Singapura (SIN) – Yogyakarta Kulonprogo (YIA)||ID-7296||10.00||11.00||Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday|
Description there is a time difference:
- Yogyakarta with Western Indonesia Time (GMT+07)
- Singapore uses GMT+08
Batik Air has understood the enthusiasm for increasing travel demand, especially in destinations with high flight traffic from central Indonesia. This new international route to the Singapore from Yogyakarta by Batik Air offers a new interconnected option for travelers and business people from Jogja, Solo, Magelang, Purworejo, Purwokerto, and surrounding areas can continue their flights to Singapore.
The opportunity for business people and tourists from Jogja through Singapore is getting wider, with Lion Air Group services connected to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Flights from the large air gate in this neighboring country have connectivity to Penang, Langkawi, and Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh, as other countries.
Batik Air provides comprehensive flying options for tourists and business people from abroad through Singapore to go to Jogja as a favorite destination connected to connecting flights to Surabaya, Bandung, Bali, Lombok, Pontianak, Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Makassar, Pekanbaru, and other destinations.
Non-stop flights (without transit) Jogja – Singapore – Jogja connecting other cities have expected to provide more value, as they will:
1. Increasingly expediting and facilitating the mobility of people, tourists, and business people from Indonesia,
2. Attract foreign tourists and business people to visit Indonesia. The Singapore to Jogja flight is one of the Bangga Berwisata di Indonesia (BBWI) campaign programs to boost the number of foreign tourists (tourists). This route has expected to contribute to the implementation of the ATF TRAVEX (Travel Exchange) agenda at the Jogja Expo Center on 2-5 February 2023 and Prambanan Temple as the location of the Opening Ceremony of ASEAN Tourism Forum 2023, with the theme “ASEAN: A Journey to Wonderful Destinations.”
3. Strengthening various sustainable government strategic plans in each country in line with the process of accelerating global economic recovery,
4. Improving bilateral relations between countries,
5. Supporting the smooth movement of logistics, cargo, and trade in the Asian region (especially exports of MSME products, agricultural products, plantations, fisheries, and others).
Yogyakarta to Singapore is the 5th route after Jakarta, Medan Kualanamu, Surabaya and Makassar. In the future, the addition of international routes to Singapore from other cities in Indonesia has developed based on the demand of the domestic and international aviation markets.
The Yogyakarta – Singapore PP route prepares with Boeing 737-800NG (12 business class and 150 economy class). This fleet is a modern and new generation shipped from aircraft manufacturers. Each guest gets food and drink (inflight meals); free 20kg baggage for economy class and 30kg for business class; equipped with free entertainment, inflight entertainment on demand as entertainment that can access from mobile and tablet devices supported by Tripper. It’s easy. Download the Tripper app now! Free entertainment provides a variety of films, such as Indonesian, Hollywood, to Korean. Guests can play games, read digital magazines, and much more.
Batik Air fleet has equipped with High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter or strong particle filtration. HEPA filters help keep the air in the cabin clean and filter out more than 99.9% of viruses, germs, insects, and bacteria. The aerial in the aircraft cabin is updated every 2-3 minutes, making it fresher. The air cycle from the lavatory and galley has directly flowed outside the aircraft.
Regular improvement of aircraft cleaning and sterilization activities with the Aircraft Exterior and Interior Cleaning (AEIC) method is carried out at the Batam Aero Technic (BAT) aircraft maintenance center and various airport bases (base stations).
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