The National News Agency Antara reports that an Indonesia and a Chinese company are preparing to commence chartered flight services between China and two destinations in Indonesia.
Indonesian company PT QATA Restu Dewati has signed a memorandum of understanding with Qiansheng International Travel Service Co. Ltd of Shanghai, China at a ceremony held at the Ministry of Tourism and the Creative Economy on Friday. The director of promotions, Esthi Reko Astuti, witnessed the signing for the Ministry.
China is seen as a market with huge potential for Indonesian inbound travel with the country only securing a small share of the estimated 80 million Chinese who travel abroad each year.
The charter flights will reportedly operate from Chegdu, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Nanjin to the Indonesian destinations of Manado and Bali.
No additional details on when the charter flights would commence were reported.
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