In a bid to address the growing needs of those seeking flight tickets on Australia-Bali route, Virgin Australia has announced a further six flights a week to Denpasar from Australia’s east coast, from 19th December 2013.

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Virgin Australia announced recently that it will add an extra six flights per week to Denpasar, Bali from Australia’s east coast. As per the airline, this is done to support the growing demand for air tickets on the route.

From 19 December 2013, the carrier will be offering an extra weekly service from Brisbane, two extra flights from Sydney and an additional three weekly flights from Melbourne. The new flights will be timed keeping in mind the existing operations.

Potential fliers seeking air tickets will have more than 1,000 extra seats to Bali per week, providing added choices to them when they shopping for flight tickets on the route.

Virgin Australia Chief Commercial Officer Judith Crompton was quoted in airline’s press release as hailing the announcement of new additional services as its “commitment to adapting our schedule to meet the demand of travellers.”

“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,” Ms Crompton further said.

Virgin Australia said that it has also invested in different product and service enhancements on flights to and from Bali. This is done to enhance the experience for customers booking tickets with the carrier. Soon, new wireless in-flight entertainment system will be available on all flights to and from Indonesia’s smallest province.

The press release further elaborated that flights will be operated by Virgin Australia’s 176-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Business and Economy class tickets will be available for customers.

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