Bali’s Air Paradise to resume flights

30th Jun 2006

Air Paradise International plans to resume its international flight service between tourist island of Bali and Australia, an official told Antara news agency. Air Transport Director General Moh. Iksan Tatang said the air transport directorate is processing the license allowing the airline to resume its operation.

The airline, which served routes between Bali and Australia, was forced to stop operations after the last Bali bombing which resulted in a sharp fall in the number of travelers between Australia and Bali, mostly tourists.


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