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Strategic gets Bali capacity

written by | December 18, 2009
Strategic's A330 could be Bali bound. (Paul Sadler)
Strategic's A330 could be Bali bound. (Paul Sadler)

The International Air Services Commission has made a determination which will allow Strategic Airlines to operate its planned services from Brisbane to Denpasar.

The IASC has allowed for the transfer of 408 seats originally allocated to Ozjet on the Indonesia route to Strategic. In addition, Strategic will be required to seek an additional 50 seats under the “spill over” provisions in the Australia-Indonesia bilateral in order to operate two weekly services on the route with its 229-seat Airbus A330-200.

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