Low-cost carrier Mandala Airlines is filling up the void left by Viva Macau Airlines, which ceased operations in March, with thrice weekly flights between Jakarta and Macau from July 21, 2010.
A return fare of US$80, excluding surcharges, is available until November 30 of this year.
The new service is part of Mandala’s plan to expand regionally. It is currently operating daily flights between Jakarta and Singapore.
Mandala Air started up in 1969 and was first owned by Kostrad, the Indonesian army’s Strategic Reserve Command until coming under the management of aviation and transport investors Cardig International and Indigo partners.
For more, visit www.mandalaair.com
Margie T Logarta