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Kids Fly for Just $189 (Taxes Only!)

Media release – Garuda Indonesia – May 2006

KIDS FLY FOR JUST $189 (taxes only!)

Garuda’s new kids promotion to Bali includes school holidays

In an unprecedented move, Garuda Indonesia has launched fare-free kids’ flights to Bali to rekindle Kiwi’s enthusiasm for “The Island of the Gods”.

The offer of a free child airfare – travelers pay only ticketed taxes and surcharges of about $189 - is valid for travel from June 15 to July 31, including the school holiday period.

The offer is open to each child under 12 years who is traveling with an adult in either Business or Economy class. Tickets must be booked and paid for by June 20, 2006.

“This initiative is further evidence of Garuda Indonesia’s confidence in the continuing recovery of Bali tourism and an opportunity to say thank you to those families who consistently support their favourite holiday destination,” said Garuda Indonesia New Zealand Sales Manager Deanna Mihaljevich.

The Balinese love of children is renowned and, in addition to a myriad of family-friendly resort options, there is a huge range of family activities from which to choose. Bali offers everything from water theme parks to go-cart racing, elephant safaris to paintball and snorkeling to banana boat rides.

Garuda Indonesia’s wholesaler, Garuda Orient Holidays, has released some amazing free offers to complement the free airfare initiative. These include free accommodation, free breakfasts, free transfers, free kids club entries, discounts on meals and huge range of free tours.

Details can be found in the “Bali Family Flyer” flyer which is issued in conjunction with Garuda Indonesia’s comprehensive “Bali on ANY budget”, available from any good travel agent or through visiting www.balionanybudget.co.nz

New Zealanders interested in a Bali holiday should contact Garuda Orient Holidays on 0508 650 014, or speak with their travel agent.

ENDS

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