Two New Citilink Routes: To Malaysia and Australia from Bali
Now, Citilink again adds two international routes, namely to and from Bali. From Bali, Citilink ‘skyrocketed’ to Malaysia and Australia. Here’s the route:
I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) – Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL)
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) – I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)
I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) – Perth Airport (PER)
Perth Airport (PER) – I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)
These two new routes were opened on 8 November 2019. Quoted from DetikNews, Managing Director of Citilink, Juliandra, last weekend (11/08/2019), stated that the two new routes opened by Citilink have a promising market. Because the two international flight routes are quite strategic and attract millennial travelers.
Fly from Bali to Kuala Lumpur and Perth, How Much are Citilink Tickets?
As a low-cost airline (LCC), of course everyone hopes to be able to get a cheap ticket price. Of course the price of a plane ticket will vary each time depending on demand.
As with economic law, the more demand, the more expensive the price of an item because of the diminishing availability. And vice versa, the less demand, making the price of an item cheaper because there is still a large stock of goods.
Then, is it true that the price of Citilink tickets to the two new routes is cheap?
To find out the answer, Cermati.com has traced several departures to and from Bali for the two new Citilink routes to Kuala Lumpur and Perth through the airline application:
Citilink ticket prices for Bali – Kuala Lumpur (PP) departures 12 November 2019:
Denpasar Bali (DPS) – Kuala Lumpur (KUL) for Rp999,900
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – Denpasar Bali (DPS) for Rp999,900
Citilink Ticket Prices for Bali – Perth departure (PP) departures:
Denpasar Bali (DPS) – Perth Airport (PER) for Rp999,999
Perth Airport (PER) – Denpasar Bali (DPS) for Rp1,300,000
Fly to the corners of the World, More and More Massive Choices
Of course, the more airlines that open new international routes, the more airline choices can take us to fly around the world. With the increasing number of airline choices, the theory of monopoly that can cause airline ticket prices to skyrocket can be even more suppressed.