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Garuda Indonesia’s inaugural flight linking Denpasar and Guangzhou took off on Sunday, marking the launch of Garuda’s newest route linking Bali and China.

The Denpasar-Guangzhou route will fly three roundtrip flights per week, departing from Bali on Tuesday, Fridays, and Sundays and returning from Guangzhou on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturdays.

According to Garuda Indonesia General Manager Shamsuddin Yusuf Souib, the opening of the Denpasar-Guangzhou is part of a larger effort by Garuda to capture a portion of the massive, and growing, Chinese tourism market. Garuda already operates direct flight services between Jakarta and Guangzhou, Beijing, and Shanghai.

“Guangzhou is one of the busiest cities in China. The city is the third largest city and has the highest income in the entire country…” Shamsuddin explained.

A Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft, configured to accommodate twelve business class passengers and one hundred and fifty economy class passengers, will service the new route.

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