The Indonesia government is reportedly planning to build a second airport on the holiday island of Bali, dedicated for LCC use. According to Australia’s 9News, the 420-hectare (1,038-acre) airport will be situated in the Kubutamahan village, north of the island. Construction could begin as early as 2020 and operational from 2022. The existing Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport, built on a narrow peninsular on the southern tip of Bali, is facing congestion and has no further ...

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