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BREAKING NEWS:
Extra Flights Bali-Lombok-Bali By Garuda Citilink

Mataram - Lombok (10/09/05)
Starting from October 30th onward,
Garuda Citilink will serve a new flight for Bali-Lombok-Bali daily with bigger aircraft (Boeing 737) with capacity of 145 seats available.

In addition, there will be 1 (one) extra flight added for SUB-AMI-SUB (Surabaya-Mataram-Surabaya) from 2 daily flights to be 3 daily flights.

This is a very good news for Lombok who wish to see more visitors continue visiting Lombok and Indonesia.

Garuda Citilink will served twice daily flight for Bali-Lombok, Lombok-Bali V.V

Tightened security
Since Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono became Indonesia’s President over a year ago, the government applies a “zero tolerance” to any perpetrator of terrorism acts. Following Bali’s tragic bombing on October 1st, the government is more than ever committed to make Indonesia a safe destination for both its population and its visitors. Tightened security at airports, hotels, shopping centres as well as main tourist areas already exist for over three years but will further be reinforced and extended to more areas in the country. Lombok and the rest of Indonesia has also not been affected and is still open for tourism”, explains Thamrin Bachri, Director General for Marketing at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

 

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Over Thousands Killed In Massive Asia Quake

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (10/08/05)

A powerful 7.6-magnitude earthquake near the Pakistan-India border Saturday reduced villages to rubble, triggered landslides and flattened an apartment building. More than 3,000 people were killed in both nations, and a Pakistan army spokesman called the devastation "a national tragedy."

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Bali Has Again Been Hit by Series of Bombing.
Bali is crying again. Series of bombing had happened in Jimbaran Bay and Kuta Square, Bali Indonesia.

The blast at the two places at almost the same time has killed total of 32 people and injured over hundred of people. (10/02/2005)

Details...
 

(Last updated by Pardi@2005)

 

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