Indonesia's Batavia Air eyes three new services

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Indonesia's Batavia Air plans to launch three new domestic and international services in the coming months.

The airline plans to offer flights on the Jakarta-Banda Aceh and Jakarta-Kendari, as well as a direct service from Denpasar on Bali to East Timor's capital Dili, according to its website.

It has also just launched a thrice-weekly Airbus A319 service on the Singapore-Pontianak route. This adds to services on the Singapore-Jakarta and Singapore-Semarang routes.

Batavia operates a fleet of 37 aircraft, including Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 family aircraft and two Airbus A330-200s.