Australian Airlines - the budget carrier subsidiary of the Qantas Group, has commenced its twice weekly service between Perth and Bali from December 2, 2004.
Flying Boeing 767-300 aircraft, the airline is selling 542 seats each week from Western Australia operating on Thursdays and Saturdays afternoons over the sector.
The addition of the Perth-Bali flights brings to a total of seven flights operated each week between Australia and Bali by Australian Airlines. In addition to the twice weekly Perth service, the Airline also operates three flights each week from Sydney and two flights from Melbourne to the island of Bali.
Despite being priced competitively with Garuda Indonesia and Air Paradise - the two carriers that dominate the Australia to Bali air cooridors - Australian Airlines insists that are a full-service airline featuring complimentary meals and snacks, Australian wines, spirits and beer as well as in-flight duty free shopping.
In order to meet peak Summer demand Qantas will continue to operate its once-weekly Tuesday flight between Perth and Bali until February 1, 2005, at which time it will withdraw from the service.
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