Qantas Airways cut-price subsidiary Australian Airlines have announced a reduction in flight services to Bali following the October 1, 2005, bombing attacks on three Bali dining spots.
The Airline, currently operating seven flights every week from the gateway cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, is suspending its Perth and Melbourne services starting from November 10, 2005, through January 29, 2006.
The temporary suspension of flights will leave Qantas and its subsidiary Australian Airlines with just three flights each week from Sydney and two flights each week from Darwin operated by Qantas.
Australian Airlines top management have expressed confidence that the curtailment of flights is a temporary situation and that demand will return to more normal levels early in 2006.
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