PACIFIC BLUE TO LAUNCH FLIGHTS FROM AUSTRALIA TO INDONESIA
DIRECT SERVICES FROM ADELAIDE, BRISBANE AND PERTH TO DENPASAR IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS
Friday 19 September 2008: Pacific Blue Airlines is expanding its international route network to include Asia for the very first time, with the announcement the airline will launch 11 direct flights a week between Australia and Indonesia from 1 December this year and just in time for the peak Christmas holiday period.
Subject to regulatory approval, Pacific Blue will fly direct from three Australian ports to Denpasar, the gateway to exotic Bali.
For the first time in its history, Pacific Blue will begin flights to a brand new country from three Australian ports at the same time. To celebrate its new Bali flights, the airline has launched a “Gnarly Bali” sale fare. Flights are on sale now until 26 September 2008 for travel from 1 December – 14 December 2008 and 1 February - 31 March 2009.
ADELAIDE-DENPASAR 2 DIRECT FLIGHTS/WEEK SALE FARES FROM $299* One way
BRISBANE-DENPASAR 5 DIRECT FLIGHTS/WEEK SALE FARES FROM $299* One way
PERTH-DENPASAR 4 DIRECT FLIGHTS/WEEK SALE FARES FROM $199* One way
The airline will also offer convenient connections from Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne to Bali. (For full schedule and fare information, please visit www.virginblue.com.au)