Virgin Australia Increases Bali Capacity

  • Virgin Australia's Boeing 737.

    Virgin Australia's Boeing 737.

  • New flights to Bali will be served by Virgin Australia's Boeing 737.

    New flights to Bali will be served by Virgin Australia's Boeing 737.

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Just in time for the holiday rush, Virgin Australia will boost their flights to Bali, a favorite destination of Australian travelers. Starting December 19, 2013 the airline will add six weekly flights from Australia to Bali. One additional flight from Brisbane, two additional from Sydney, and three more from Melbourne. The extra flights will create an increased capacity of more than 1,000 seats weekly. The new flights will be operated by Virgin Australia’s 176-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft with business and economy class cabins. “Bali is one of Australia’s most popular international leisure destinations, visited by over 2.8 million Australians each year. By adding more than 1,000 seats per week, we will be able to support increased demand to this region,” said Virgin Australia’s chief commercial officer, Judith Crompton.

For more information, visit virginaustralia.com

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