Are you here yet?
" Lemme get this straight. Killing one person is a murder, but killing a hundred thousand is a foreign policy ?"
If you don't mind , I would suggest you a flight to Kuala Lumpur or Singapore , then taking Air Asia (www.airasia.com) directly to Bandung .
About the return/outward ticket :
http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...ne-way-flights , outward ticket
Last edited by marcus; 28-06-11 at 19:31.
Wheeeee...I'm coming as well. Flying in on the 5th. I'm coming home. I'm coming home. Tell the world I'm coming home.
I'm fully devoted to my job. 10% on Mon, 20% on Tue, 40% on Wed, 25% on Thurs and 5% on Fri.
Nakal but nice
My opinions are permitted to change at any point- and will do so, frequently!
I have not tried flying Air Asia, yet. But Yes, I have heard that in Asia they offer a very competitive price via Kuala Lumpur, from various destinations especially for short haul.
But how about a long haul flight over 12 hours flight ....
I heard that they are a no-frill Airline, so we need to buy our own meal and drink during the flight.
Also in-flight entertaiment is not complementary, so if we want to have this we still need to pay..
Could someone shed the light about this please ?
Also, whether the price is signifantly different with all-in, standard Airlines ?
Last edited by adindas; 28-06-11 at 22:30.