Direct flights between Cambodia and Indonesia will begin in mid-June, a move which tourism insiders say will be key in the Kingdom reaching its goal of 6.6 million international visitors this year.
The announcement of the direct flights came at a press conference on Saturday in Phnom Penh held by the Ministry of Tourism and Jakarta-based Citilink Indonesia PT low-cost airline.
The new regional route is the third international route launched by Citilink this year after Surabaya-Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta-Kuala Lumpur. The airline operates Airbus A320 which can carry up to 180 passengers.
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