Thursday, September 16, 2010

Strategic expands BNE flights

Strategic Airlines boosts Brisbane-Bali services
to three times weekly


Strategic Airlines is set to increase its services from Brisbane to Bali from one to three
times a week, with the introduction of its new Brisbane-Townsville-Denpasar service on 3
December 2010.
The Australian-owned international carrier will provide the new service twice a week, adding to
the weekly Brisbane-Port Hedland-Bali service it established last month.
Strategic will operate the new full-service flights on an Airbus A320 featuring 12 business seats
and 144 economy seats, departing Brisbane every Friday and Sunday.
Head of Commercial for the airline, Damien Vasta, said the weekend schedule would give
Brisbane-based leisure travellers more options for holidays in Bali and far greater access to
“Bali has always been a popular destination for South East Queenslanders, and they will now find
it easier to explore holiday packages in Bali, whether they want to stay there for three nights, six
nights, eight nights or more,” he said.
“With our new service we are significantly boosting seat capacity while providing extremely
affordable travel to Denpasar, with introductory fares starting from only $339 one-way.”
From 3 December, the Brisbane-Townsville service will depart Brisbane every Friday and Sunday
at 9.50am, arriving in Townsville at 12 midday. Flights will also depart Townsville Airport each
Friday and Sunday afternoon at 1.30pm and arrive in Denpasar at 4.45pm.
The return flights will depart Denpasar at 9.30am every Saturday and Monday morning, and arrive
back in Townsville at 4.15pm. Flights will also depart Townsville every Saturday and Monday at
5.45pm, and arrive in Brisbane at 7.40pm.
In-flight services will include complimentary meals and refreshments, along with a carefully
selected entertainment program available throughout the flight.
Introductory fares from Brisbane to Townsville start at $89 one-way.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If Brisbane is so 'popular' with tourists going to Bali why doesn't Garuda Indonesia come back on board, seems stupid they are taking their time if a market is there. As for the market being over serviced, what about Perth! Garuda come back I don't care how safe or unsafe they are according to others I don't want to fly Strategic.