Flights to and from Macao and Jakarta will begin on 29 October, according to a local media report, with four flights running per week.
Air Macau said it plans to add more international routes in the near future based on changes in the global airline market and passenger trends.
Air Macau stated that these flights show the company actively responding to the government’s call to assist with the development of the Greater Bay Area and help drive more international travellers to visit Macao.
In a meeting with the Macao chief executive, Ho Iat Seng, in June, the Indonesian Consul General stated that promoting relations between the partners is a priority for Indonesia.
In August, Indonesia ranked sixth in visitor arrivals to Macao, with 11,183 visitors.
There is also a sizable Indonesian population in Macao that totals 5,000 people.