Low-cost carrier Indonesia AirAsia (IAA) now serves international tourists, especially Singaporean, who want to travel to the eastern part of Indonesia with a route Makassar to Singapore.
The launch of the new route was revealed by CEO Dharmadi in a release that Travel to The Jakarta Post on Monday.
“Makassar and Singapore are now connected within two and a half hours. We are proud to connect eastern Indonesia, Singapore,” he said.
The IAA will serve flights Singapore to Makassar route with AirAsia’s new Airbus A320, which has 180 seats. The route will be effective from July 1, with four flights a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
The Makassar – Singapore route is the second international route IAA in Makassar has opened up previously it had opened the Makassar – Kuala Lumpur route.
Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi, has beautiful marine tourist destinations, including world class dive sites, not to mention unique culinary destinations where. Various delicacies Makassar is also a host to Trans Studio, the first indoor theme park in Southeast Asia.