The Chief Executive Officer of the Indonesian Airline Adam Air, Gunawan Suherman, has announced his airline's intention to commence international service between Bali and Perth, Western Australia.
According to Suherman, steps now underway by the self-proclaimed boutique airline to increase its armada to 15 aircraft by the middle of 2005 will allow Adam Air to begin servicing Perth, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Dubai- as well as a list of new domestic destinations targeted by the Airline.
Adam Air currently operates 48 domestic flights every day using Boeing 737-400 and 737-500 aircraft.
To help serve its planned expansion into international service Adam Air has announced that they will bring two Boeing 747-400 jumbo aircraft into service within the coming month.
No firm date has been announced by the Airline for the commmencement of its new Perth service.
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