Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Flights To And From Bali


Flights To And From Bali

Singapore Airlines flights to and from Bali continue to operate on schedule at the current time.

Singapore Airlines operates four flights per day between Singapore and Denpasar. Flights connect in Singapore with onward flights to Auckland and Christchurch.

No Singapore Airlines flights operate directly between New Zealand or Australian cities and Denpasar.

Understandably, loads on these flights out of Bali are now very high, however, Singapore Airlines is doing all it can to assist customers in Bali who are seeking to change their departure times.

Security in and around Denpasar Airport has been increased, and Singapore Airlines will continue to monitor developments in the area. Security of our customers, crew and aircraft is paramount.

As a result of recent events, Singapore Airlines will waive any airline-related fees for customers who cancel, defer or change their travel plans to Bali.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 


FIRST Union: Do Shareholders Realise Marsden Point Conversion Could Cost More Than Half A Billion Dollars?

FIRST Union, the union representing workers at Refining NZ, are querying whether shareholders voting on Friday on whether to convert the Marsden Point refinery to an import-only terminal realise the conversion could cost $650-700 million dollars... More>>



Civil Contractors: Massive Rebound In Civil Construction Business Confidence

New Zealand’s civil construction industry is riding a massive rebound in post-pandemic business confidence – but this may be undermined by skills shortages, which continue to be the industry’s number one challenge... More>>



Energy: Feeling Our Way Towards Hydrogen - Tina Schirr

Right now hydrogen is getting a lot of attention. Many countries are focusing on producing hydrogen for fuel, or procuring it, or planning for its future use... More>>


Transport: July 2021 New Vehicle Registrations Boosted By EV Rebate Scheme
Motor Industry Association Chief Executive David Crawford says that July 2021 sales of new vehicles were boosted by the recently introduced rebate scheme. July 2021 registrations were 15,053 units compared to 12,263 units for July 2020... More>>



ASB: New Support Finder Tool Helps Connect Customers With Thousands In Government Support

ASB research alongside benefit numbers from the Ministry of Social Development shows an increased number of Kiwis are struggling financially, and many may not be aware they’re eligible for government support... More>>


Housing: New Home Consents Continue To Break Records

A record 44,299 new homes were consented in the year ended June 2021, Stats NZ said today. “The annual number of new homes consented rose again in the June 2021 year, the fourth consecutive month of rises,” construction statistics manager Michael Heslop said... More>>