Indonesian flag carrier Garuda will reopen a route linking the resort island of Bali with the Japanese city of Nagoya next month, a spokesman for the airline said Monday.
The route will be served three times a week using a 293-seater Airbus 330-300 starting on June 2, Pujobroto told AFP. The flights would be on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The flight to Japan's fourth-largest city from Bali's capital city of Denpasar had been closed down by Garuda in mid-January 2007.
New market research showing strong demand for the route convinced the company to reopen the flight, Pujobroto said.
Garuda currently flies a daily Tokyo-Jakarta-Denpasar route and five weekly flights from Osaka to Denpasar.