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Citilink will fly to Indonesia from Frankfurt from June 2020

Indonesian low-cost carrier Citilink will launch its first European service to Frankfurt, Germany, commencing June 2nd, 2020. According to the analysis done by aviation website CH-Aviation, the Jakarta-based airline will also start flying its first route to Japan. Airbus A330neos will be used on the new routes Operating an Airbus A330-900 aircraft, the flights between Soekarno-Hatta…

Citilink Avalon-Bali flights cancelled ‘until further notice’

Indonesian airline Citilink has temporarily scrapped flights between Avalon and Bali because of falling demand caused by the global coronavirus outbreak. The decision comes less than six weeks after Citilink commenced operations out of the local airport and is a blow for Avalon as it seeks to expand its role as Victoria’s second international airport.…

Mamaka by Ovolo is set to open in Bali by the end of 2020

Known by their spectacular urban resorts, Ovolo Group will unveil its first-ever resort in Indonesia in late 2020, with the opening of the beachfront Mamaka by Ovolo in the island’s revitalised Kuta precinct. Formerly the Citadines Kuta Beach Bali, the property will close early this month and reopen as Mamaka by Ovolo, complete with 191…

High-end American coffee company to brew beer from Balinese coffee

Good news for coffee growers. As demand increases for Balinese coffee products, wholesaler Customs House Coffee will open two new locations to sell coffee. They also introduced an idea: brewing stout – beer from coffee. Custom House Coffee and Ragged Island Brewing Company have announced the release of a brand-new beer created in collaboration. The…

Indonesian telecom tower market is expected to flourish by 2025

The Indonesia telecom tower market accounted to US$ 557.9 Mn in 2017 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 27.1% during the forecast period 2020 – 2025, to account to US$ 3,695.5 Mn by 2025.  The increasing demand of high capacity network solutions by various network operators is the major factor that is…

President Jokowi encourages Bali travel companies to give large discounts

President Joko Widodo or Jokowi has opened opportunities to give discounts of up to 30 percent to both domestic and foreign tourists as part of the government’s efforts to revive the country’s weakened tourism sector following the coronavirus outbreak. “We are still mulling over this possibility this afternoon, to give incentive discounts of 30 percent…