PERTH - Bali's first
locally based international airline, due to begin
services between Bali and Australia later this month,
has delayed its plans in the wake of the Saturday's
Air Paradise International (API) had
planned to be in the air between Denpasar and Perth from
October 27. It had sold more than 10,000 fares for its
planned four-times-a-week service to Perth and
three-times-a-week run to Melbourne.
said it was not in a position to announce a new start up
date in light of the tragic events in Bali.
national business manager Gary Hilt said the airline
would take a day-by-day, week-by-week approach to
assessing the situation.
The thousands of
passengers who had bought Air Paradise tickets would be
offered a full refund.