In order to accommodate record numbers of Australians taking a holiday in Bali, Garuda Indonesia have announced a 40% increase in seat capacity flying between Bali and Perth, effective June 1, 2005.
An increase from 10 to 14 Boeing 737-400 flights each week means Perth holiday-makers can now choose between an "early" 8 a.m. or 2:20 p.m. departure time. Garuda Indonesia's Western Australian Sales Manager Rob Moro says the earlier flights will suit travellers who prefer to arrive in Bali just before lunch (11.40 local time), while the later departure suits travellers with families and connections to think of. Those on the afternoon departure from Perth will arrive in Bali just before dinner (5.55pm local time).
Return flights at 9:30 a.m. and 7:55p.m. Bali time are also keyed to facilitate the preferences of early and late starters, with the morning flight arriving in Perth at a family-friendly 1:10 p.m. local time and the evening flight at 11:30 p.m.. Garuda Indonesia's morning departures from Australia and evening returns allow guests maximum time at the destination, while the later departures and earlier returns cater for travellers such as family groups and country dwellers with greater onward travel commitments.
The big expansion in Garuda Services – a new record in the number of flights for Western Australia – follows overwhelming interest in Bali from Western Australians. Bali is WA's favourite holiday destination, capturing over one third of the holiday market – significantly more than any other single destination.
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