SINGAPORE – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has resumed flights to Bali for the first time since April 2020. The first flight from Amsterdam, with a stop in Singapore arrived at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport on Mar. 9th 2022.
KLM will operate two flights a week until mid-May and then plans to increase flights to three times weekly until end of September, subsequently increasing to five times weekly until end of October. KLM last flew this route up until Apr. 2, 2020 when it was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic,
From Mar. 28, 2022, KLM flights between Denpasar and Singapore are designated Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights offering quarantine free travel to Singapore. Travellers must meet all Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) requirements.
This flight will be popular with nonrev’s as the flight most certainly will have seats open going and coming from Bali. Why? The flight starting in Amsterdam will drop off passengers in Singapore before continuing on to Bali. From Bali the flight will stop in Singapore to pick up passengers before returning to Amsterdam. Singapore is not a major gateway for KLM so it is likely to have seats open on every flight.
KLM is flying a 777-300 on this route. We found one way fares on the KLM.com website as low as $106pp. So if you don’t want to fly standby, you could buy a regular fare ticket at a very reasonable price to get to and from Bali from Singapore. Bali is traditionally a difficult city to nonrev to so this new service will be very welcomed by airline employees around the world.