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Indonesian airlines may be given flying rights to Australia
August 4th, 2010

Up to four new Indonesian airlines are expected to be given rights to fly from Indonesia to Australia after the two countries announced an increase of almost 50% in the weekly capacity to 14,800 seats. Indonesian carrier Batavia Air last week announced it had been given rights to fly from Bali to Perth, Melbourne and Sydney, while applications from Sriwijaya Air, Mandala Airlines and Lion Air are pending.

Australian-based Pacific Blue, Jetstar and Strategic Airlines–along with AirAsia Indonesia and Garuda–already operate on the principal routes leading some analysts to suggest that too many airlines were being allowed to service the market.

However, that market is growing at an unprecedented rate. Travel from Perth to Bali jumped 46% in 2009 with 463,352 passengers carried both ways and early figures point to another 50% increase this year.

source http://atwonline.com/airports-routes/news/indonesian-airlines-may-be-given-flying-rights-australia-0802

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