Japan Airline (JAL) have announced that commencing July 2006 they will resume their daily flight schedule between Japan and Indonesia.
Rapidly recovering visitors totals between the two countries has caused JAL executives to resume a number of flight operations to Indonesia curtailed following the October 1, 2005 bombing.
Beginning in July 2006, JAL will again operate a daily service between Narita (Tokyo) and Denpasar together with another daily service between Narita and Jakarta. Commencing on July 13, 2006, JAL will resume its daily flight schedule between Kansai (Osaka) and Denpasar.
Following the curtailment of JAL flight services in the aftermath of the October 2005 terrorist attack, the Airline reduced frequency of service by combining its Jakarta and Denpasar bound services into a single daily flight. Osaka flights were reduced from daily service to 3 flights per week.
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