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Citilink Performed Well at Year End Holiday

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Low-cost carrier Citilink Indonesia served 574,867 passengers throughout the Christmas and New Year`s peak holiday season from December 21, 2017, to January 3, 2018.

Citilink Indonesia President Director Juliandra Nurtjahjo said that the airline was able to serve more passengers during the same period in 2016, which was at 516,078 passengers. “The number rose 12 percent,” said Juliandra on Friday, January 12.

According to Julihandra, the increase of passengers was supported by the additional seats added during the peak season. Citilink prepared 50,400 seats that were split into 280 additional flights. This number was 20 percent more than last year of 41,760 seats.

During the period, Citilink recorded a good on-time performance average of 80 percent. The holiday season saw three favorite routes, such as the two-way trips from Jakarta to Surabaya, Denpasar, and Yogyakarta.

Based on the Transportation Ministry’s records, the number of air transport passengers during this period improved 12 percent compared to the same period last year from 6.3 million to 7.2 million passengers.

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