Air Paradise checks into Brisbane


BRISBANE - Bali's Air Paradise is expanding its reach in Australia with plans to launch flights from Brisbane to Denpasar with a twice-weekly direct service.

Services will start in the first week of December using an all economy class, 226 seat Airbus A310-300.

Air Paradise general manager Australia Gary Hilt said, "Based on the current demand that we are experiencing from Australian ports, we see Brisbane as the logical step in our expansion plans and although initially operating twice weekly, we would envisage additional services from Brisbane should there prove to be sufficient demand."

Air Paradise International currently operates to Bali from Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney as well from Seoul to Denpasar. Air Paradise will also start a thrice-weekly service from Denpasar to Osaka in December.

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