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Indonesian airlines to open 6 new routes to China

Indonesian airlines to open 6 new routes to China

JAKARTA — Three Indonesian airlines will open six new routes to China starting June to attract more Chinese tourists, officials said on Tuesday. Sriwijaya Air commercial director Toto Nursatyo said it will launch three new routes in June for Jakarta to Nanning, Jakarta to Haikou, and Denpasar to Nanning. “China is our main target for international market. The three will add to our existing eight flights to China,” Nursatyo told Xinhua.
Last year, Sriwijaya carried around 600,000 foreign visitors, with 350,000 coming from China. It expects to double the number of its international passengers to 1 million in 2017 including 650,000 Chinese tourists, he said.
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