It may be worth keeping your Bintang singlet in the closet for a lil’ while longer, ’cause Tigerair has seemingly canned flights to Bali for the next three months.
Tickets to flights departing from Melbourne, Perth, and Adelaide before March 25 have been removed from Tigerair’s website after Indonesian aviation authorities accused the budget airline of breaching licensing regulations.
Temporary pause of sale of tickets to/from Bali until 25/3/17 as we seek updated approvals. We have every intention of operating ASAP.
— Tigerair Australia (@TigerairAU) January 14, 2017
In a statement, Tigerair said “we continue to liaise with the Indonesian Government in order to commence flying to Bali again as soon as possible.”
Tigerair had already suspended a week’s worth of flights to the traditional holiday hotspot while it attempted to work through the issue.