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Garuda adds Perth capacity this month to cope with Bali demand
October 11th, 2007

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Garuda Indonesia is to add another 1096 seats to its capacity on the Perth-Bali route this month to cope with demand that is more than 50 per cent up on the same period last year.

The airline’s Regional Manager South West Pacific Mr Suranto Yitnopawiro said Airbus A330s would replace Boeing 737s on flights scheduled for October 14,15,22,23,24,25,26 and 27, giving an extra 137 seats per flight.

“Perth has always been Australia’s leader in demand for Bali and the growth this year has been overwhelming, even with extra capacity added earlier this year. The A330s will provide 42 Executive Class (Business) seats and 251 economy class seats per flight.

“These will help us through October, while we still have seats available in November to cope with demand for top value holiday packages, such as our current specials (www.balionanybudget) from $569*, “ he said.

Load factors from the East Coast have also been high, leading to the introduction of an additional Garuda service from Sydney to Bali in June and the deployment of a larger aircraft on several Sydney services until the end of October. Melbourne flights have also been recording consistently high seat load factors; a clear indication that Bali is back on the map for Australian holidaymakers.

** Plus Australian Government taxes and airport/airline fees and surcharges of $240 per person

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