Malaysia’s full-service carrier, Malindo Air, is bringing Business Class with spacious seats & extra legroom back to the Adelaide-Bali route with a new service launching new month.

“We’re thrilled to have Adelaide as the fourth addition to our Australian network,” Malindo Air’s Chief Executive Chandran Rama Muthy said while announcing the new service that’ll fly Adelaide to Bali and onward to Kuala Lumpur.

Taking off on 16 April 2019, flights will depart Adelaide for Bali (Denpasar) 7.40am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Following a one-hour layover, guests continuing on to Kuala Lumpur will depart Bali at 12.05am.


Malindo Air has elected to use its Boeing 737-800/900 aircraft featuring 12 Business Class and 150 Economy Class seats on the route, giving South Australians access to Business Class on flights to Bali for the first time since 2016.

Chandran expects the new service to be popular among business travellers along with leisure travellers South Australia’s Indonesian diaspora returning to Bali to visit family and friends.

To celebrate the new route, Malindo Air is offering promotional return fares to Bali from $352 for Economy Class and $1,352 for Business Class.


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