Bali one of the most popular tourist destination among Delhites. Whether its leisure, backpacking or luxury vacations, Bali has it all. Blessed with mesmerizing beaches, sunset, temples, and mountains make it one the most popular destination. One factor which works as pull force for the tourist is the affordability of the destination.! Yes you heard it correct, Bali is really cheap and you will not feel like you are in a foreign country in terms of cost of the things available. But the only part of your tour which can actually burn a BIG hole in your pocket is AIR TICKETS. Unfortunately, there is no direct flight from India to Bali, most of the flights go via KUALA LUMPUR or SINGAPORE. The fastest flight duration is around 10 hrs including the stopover. Let’s find out AIRLINES THAT OPERATE BETWEEN DELHI AND BALI
From INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT NEW DELHI mainly 5 Airlines operates for Bali.
- Malaysian Airlines ( FFC)
- Malindo Airlines ( LCC)
- Air Asia Airlines (LCC)
- Thai Airways ( FFC)
- Vistara / Singapore Airways ( FFC)
All the above-mentioned airlines don’t connect INDIRA GANDHI AIRPORT directly, you have to go via Singapore, Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Airways, Malindo, and Air Asia are all Malaysian airlines and hop to Bali via Kuala Lumpur. Thai Airways hop via Bangkok and lastly, Vistara and Singapore work in code-share hops via Singapore to Bali.
So that was AIRLINES THAT OPERATE BETWEEN DELHI AND BALI
What is FFC? AND the difference between FFC VS LLC?
FFC means full-fledged carriers, these airlines offer a spectrum of onboard services like Entertainment, Food, Alcohol, Soft drink, Blanket, Earphones without any extra charge and offer much more comfortable experience to the client. Aircraft used by these airlines are also modern and more spacious.
LLC means low-cost carriers, these airlines offer limited services onboard. Services like free Alcohol, Juices, cold drink, blanket, earphones, and pillow are never part of the tickets. Sometimes check-in luggage also not part of the standard ticket cost. Aircraft used are small and less spacious.