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Garuda Indonesia to Fly Eight Times a Week From Bali to Melbourne

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The Jakarta Globe reports that Garuda Indonesia will increase the number of flights between Bali and Melbourne to eight times a week beginning on December 15, 2017, in order to meet strong passenger demand for travel to Bali.

Garuda currently offers seven flights per week. The additional flight will operate on Fridays leaving Denpasar at 9:00 am arriving in Melbourne at 4:35 pm.

Garuda said the extra capacity is needed to meeting growing demand and help the Indonesian Government meet its target of 20 million foreign tourists in 2019.

In total, Garuda now operates 34 flights each week to Australia flying 4 times from Jakarta to Melbourne, 4 times between Jakarta and Perth, 5 times between Jakarta and Sydney, 7 times between Bali and Perth, 7 times between Bali and Sydney, and 7 times between Bali and Melbourne.

The new flight from Bali will bring to 8 the numbers of weekly services between Bali and Melbourne.

Garuda uses Airbus 330-200/300 aircraft on all its Australian routes with the exception of the Jakarta-Perth service that flies Boeing 737-800 NG jets.

Garuda remains that Australian tourism to Bali will continue to grow, unaffected by the volcano warning in place in connection with Mount Agung in Bali.

A Task Force operated by the Bali Tourism Board advises that 98% of the land mass of Bali remains outside the “danger zone” surrounding Mt. Agung making Bali eminently safe for tourist visits to all other areas of the Island.

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