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Garuda Indonesia meets increasing demand to Bali with additional flight from Darwin
June 3rd, 2008

Garuda Indonesia will introduce more capacity from Darwin to Denpasar with the introduction of an additional service from 25 June, 2008.

The new flight is a response to the strong visitor numbers from Australia to Bali, which are up by almost 60% from last year when comparing figures for January to March 2008.

And, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the growth of holiday makers from Northern Territory is even higher than the national trend at 71%I which is a strong indication that Northern Territory residents are again seeing Bali as a desirable holiday destination.

Mr. Syahrul Tahir, General Manager, Garuda Indonesia, NT, said, “Garuda’s already strong network between Australia and Indonesia will be even further strengthened with this additional flight bringing flight numbers to 28 per week between Australia and Indonesia.”

He said, “It is so pleasing to see Bali again becoming the destination of choice for leisure travelers from Australia, and with Garuda Indonesia in the lead as the preferred carrier to Bali and Indonesia.”

Garuda Indonesia’s additional service will supplement two existing flights per week between Darwin and Denpasar. The new inbound flight, GA710, will operate on Wednesdays, departing Bali at 0110hrs local time and arriving in Darwin at 0520hrs. It will depart as GA711 at 0730hrs and arrive in Bali at 0835hrs. The timings are as per the existing Monday and Friday flights.

Garuda Indonesia Darwin have launched some excellent promotional fares starting at $AUD190 plus taxes for a two day fare to Bali

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