Indonesia to reopen office

Carroll, David
March 2005
Travel Trade;3/9/2005, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the Indonesian government's plan to reopen a tourist office in Sydney and Caruda Indonesia. The country is planning to expand its services to pre-Bali bombing levels. In 2001 Indonesia received close to 600,000 visitors, but arrivals plummeted to around 150,000 by 2003 following the bombing of a nightclub in Bali in October 2002. The new Sydney office would initially be outsourced to a locally based operation. Garuda Indonesia regional manager for Australia, New Zealand and the U.S., Iriansyah Antemas at the Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo in Melbourne announced a 20 percent increase in capacity ex Australia.


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