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Garuda Abolishes Fuel Surcharge

Garuda Indonesia’s decision to abolish fuel surcharge is further good news for Australian travellers, who can now enjoy a 6-night holiday in Bali from just $599*

Garuda Indonesia has withdrawn all fuel surcharges on its flights worldwide, effective from Friday, April 25.

The decision to remove the surcharge that was introduced on April 7 reinforces Garuda Indonesia's efforts to keep costs to travellers down.

From just $599* Garuda is offering a six-night package to Bali. This includes return economy flights from Darwin, accommodation at a range of hotels, a 30-minute spa and a travel bag. From Perth the package starts at $629*, and from the east coast of Australia it’s from $799*

With the Australian dollar at a three-year high against most international currencies, holidaying in Bali has rarely been better value.

*plus Australian Government taxes and other airport/airline-related fees and charges.

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