Beyond the tropical beauty and its alluring nature, Bali has become the heart of tourism with a rich blend of culture, art, and tradition across the archipelago. The endless beauty of the so-called island of God has left domestic and international tourists spellbound, making it a highly sought-after destination around the world.
In 2018, the island welcomed over 15,83 million domestic and foreign visitors according to the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Bali. The massive number of tourists, however, does not go along with an adequate number of helicopter fleets in Bali compared to Hawaii and Dubai which have fewer numbers of tourists. From then on, Founders Captain Harriko and Marina Trudy are committed to bringing Fly Bali, the aviation company they built to the industry in Bali.
Apart from facilitating aviation operators in Indonesia, Fly Bali also carries a mission to unfold a memorable and exclusive way to experience the island’s beauty. For that, Fly Bali brings in the Robinson R66 Helicopter that focuses on tours. Although relatively small, this unit has more advantages in maneuvering compared to other helicopters. The sensation of witnessing the soothing waves, the majestic Mount Batur, and the vast rice fields from above are one of the a-must bucket lists for you to tick in Bali.
This year, Fly Bali spreads their wings to fly even higher with the new units and facilities; the great BK-177C and King Air 350i which will be targeted to the high-end market such as business travelers and medical evacuation.
“We hope to reach a broader community; not only the upper class but also for the middle class to experience their vacation in Bali in an exclusive and luxurious setting. With the presence of Fly Bali, we aim to become the driving force for the aviation industry in Indonesia”, Captain Harriko, Founder of Fly Bali.
To bring significant economic growth of Helicopter business in Bali
To become an advanced private Heliport in Bali that: