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Lunar New Year: Citilink Adds 15,000 Seats in Domestic Route
A Citilink Airbus A320 approaches for a landing at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni/File Photo
Wednesday, 14 February, 2018 | 20:54 WIB
Lunar New Year: Citilink Adds 15,000 Seats in Domestic Route

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Low-cost carrier Citilink Indonesia is adding 15,000 seats to anticipate passenger surge during the Lunar New Year Holiday.

“This is our golden moment, we are increasing the frequency in several cities,” said President Director of Citilink Indonesia Juliandra Nurtjahjo in Depansar, Bali, on Wednesday, February 14.

According to Juliandra, the additional seats only applies for domestic flights with a crowded passenger during lunar new year holiday, including Denpasar, Solo, Yogyakarta, Semarang, Surabaya and Kualanamu Medan.

Read: 65mn Chinese to Travel Overseas for Lunar New Years Holiday

 

The seat addition, he continues, applies to flight schedule from Thursday to Sunday, on February 15-18.

The route from and to Bali is the most significant route for the airline that just got a four-star airline award from Skytrax.

Citilink is targeting this year to reach fifteen-million passenger or more, compared to 2017 achievement which was up to 12.4 million. 

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