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UN considers climate change summit
April 12th, 2007

The United Nations is considering bringing members together for a “high level” meeting on climate change later in the year, as a prelude to a summit in 2008, it was reported today.

The UN’s secretary general, Ban Ki-Moon, told the Financial Times that a meeting between ministers and senior delegates, possibly in September this year, would be a useful precursor to December’s meeting of environment ministers in
Indonesia.

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Indonesia probe says Garuda jet descended too fast
April 11th, 2007

An Indonesian airliner that crashed at Yogyakarta airport last month killing 21 people came down too fast and at a sharp angle, preliminary results from a crash investigation showed on Wednesday. The chief of the country’s Transport Safety Commission said the Garuda Indonesia operated Boeing 737-400 plane bounced and skidded off the runway before bursting into flames. “When the plane was about to land, it looked too high over the runway coming down with a quite high speed,” Tatang Kurniadi told a news conference. “After touching the ground, the plane bounced twice and around exit delta the front wheel broke causing the plane to slide with the shock strut exposed.” Exit delta refers to a point on the runway. This caused friction between metal and the runway igniting sparks,” he said.

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Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) has formalised an agreement with leading Bali hospitality and tourism education college Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bali (STP Bali).
April 6th, 2007

Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) has formalised an agreement with leading Bali hospitality and tourism education college Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Bali (STP Bali).

The partnership is for staff and student exchanges between the two tertiary institutions and also provides for students from STP Bali to come to New Zealand to complete WelTec’s degree programme in Hospitality Management or international qualifications such as City and Guilds certificates and diplomas.

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Qatar Airways CEO praises resilence of Bali`s tourism industry
March 30th, 2007

Qatar Airways this week broke new ground by becoming the first Middle Eastern carrier to begin flights to the Indonesian island of Bali. The move enhances Qatar Airways expanding network in the Far East, according to its Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker, who was in Bali to celebrate the launch of the new destination.

We look forward to bringing passengers to this tropical paradise from throughout our international network, especially from Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Likewise, we anticipate many business travellers will be looking to take advantage of the new Doha to Bali connection, he said.

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Qatar Airways touches down on Bali
March 29th, 2007

With its inaugural flight to Bali which landed here at Denpasar International Airport yesterday evening, Qatar Airways became the first Middle Eastern carrier to provide a direct link to this tropical island, the second service to Indonesia after Jakarta

Akbar Al Baker, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Qatar Airways who arrived on the inaugural flight was welcomed at the tarmac of the airport by Wardiyatmo, Senior Adviser for the Indonesian Minister for Economy, Science and Technology amid a grand ceremony in a festive atmosphere which included traditional Balinese dances and songs.

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New Carry-on Item Rules at Ngurah Rai Airport
March 27th, 2007

The new rules governing permissible carry-on items for international passengers traveling via Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport will be applied effectively on March 31, 2007.

The new rules fall into line with tighter security controls being introduced by airports worldwide. Changes in carry-on rules broadly address the carriage of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) and specifically stipulate.

The maximum size of any liquid container, full or partially used, allowed past the international screening point is 100 ml.

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Garuda Extends Suspension of Auckland – Brisbane – Bali Flights
March 13th, 2007

Following the temporary suspension of services from Auckland to Brisbane and Bali last year, Garuda Indonesia regrets that this suspension of flights will continue beyond the 26th of March 2007 for the foreseeable future.The extended suspension of the Auckland-Brisbane-Bali services is due to the lack of aircraft availability and is part of a broader rescheduling of services in Asia and the South West Pacific.

Garuda Indonesia will however continue to review this situation and should there be any change in current market conditions will reassess its position.

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