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Temporary Schedule Changes at Air Paradise

While Awaiting New Aircraft Delivery, API Announces Temporary Schedule Changes Ex-Perth Through August 18, 2003.

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Air Paradise International (API) has announced some last-minute changes in their flying schedule between Bali and Perth while awaiting delivery of the newest airplane for its growing fleet.

Effective July 16 through August 18, 2003 inclusive, the timings on API's Monday, Wednesday, and Friday flights services will be adjusted to accommodate new services being operated by the airline from Bali to Seoul, Korea.

During this transitional period the new schedules between Bali and Perth will see API's flight from Perth on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday depart at 2000 hours arriving in Bali at 2330 hours. The Sunday Perth to Bali run remains unchanged, departing at 1430 hours and arriving at 1800 hours.

The Bali to Perth flights on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during the two-month transitional period will leave Bali at 1530 hours arriving in Perth at 1900 hours. The Sunday schedule Bali to Perth also remains unchanged, departing Bali at 1000 hours and arriving in Perth at 1330 hours.

In announcing the last-minute change API has apologized to its customers, explaining the change in schedule was occasioned by the late delivery of its newest A-300 aircraft to be used on the Bali to Seoul, Korea service, which commences July 16th.

To compensate passengers inconvenienced by the late announcement API is offering outbound passengers from Perth on the affected flights the ability to change their return dates at no additional charge or penalty. Alternatively, passengers on the Perth to Bali Monday, Wednesday, and Friday time-altered flights will be given a voucher for $30 of Downtown Duty Free shopping prior to their departure from Perth. Children ticketed on these flights will receive a voucher worth $20.

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