Apr 5, 2017, 17:55 PM
Jakarta, March 30, 2017
- Wings Air on March 29, 2017 has successfully made its first flight route Ambon which is the capital of Maluku, headed Dobo that located in the Aru Islands. This route will serve one flight per day by connecting the international airport Pattimura, Ambon, to the Rar Gwamar Airport, Dobo, and return with a transit at Tual scheduled as follows,
IW 1530 // Ambon (07:40 STA) - Dobo (STD 09:30)
IW 1531 // Dobo (09:55 STA) - Tual (STA 10:35)
IW 1531 // Tual (10:55 STA) - Ambon (STA 12:20)
"Expansion Wings Air flight service in Maluku is a form of connectivity development of our destinations. With the existence of this access, we hope people will be more easily made their way through the air to explore the city of Ambon, Dobo, Tual, and surrounding areas, "said Edward Sirait, President Director of Lion Air Group.
Edward added hopes for a better progress and economic development, as well as open access to travel with the availability of this service so that it can stimulate the growth of each respective region.
Wings Air will served the flight with its fleet of airplane type ATR 72-500 / 600 that has a capacity of 72 seats with economy class configurations that provide affordable prices to the community so that all people can enjoy and use these facilities.
About Wings Air
Wings Air is the airline belonging to Lion Air Group together with Lion Air and Batik Air Flying to over 78 domestic destinations scattered throughout Indonesia. A feeder for the other Group airline, Wings Air links between the island, the city, the district. By having a shorter cruising range, routes flown by Wings Air is an area with pioneer category.
Operates using propeller aircraft of type ATR 72-500 / 600, the current total fleet owned by Wings Air reaches 51 units and has a total frequency up to more than 293 flights Flights per day.