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Air Paradise is an international airline which was based in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. And it operated service to destinations in Taiwan, South Korea and Australia. Its focal base was Ngurah Rai Airport, Denpasar. On 24th November 2005 the airline declared that it was stopping operations because of a decline in passage following terrorist bombings on Island on 1st October 2005. It was allowing for re-launching services in March 2007 but it has been delayed.
The Transportation Ministry in February 2007 postponed certifies revocation of 11 untenanted airlines, counting Air Paradise, to provide restructuring chances to operators. It has re-affected for permits.
Air Paradise was originated in June 2002 and began operations on 16th February 2003 with services to Perth in Australia from Denpasar, Bali. On 27th December 2004 services started to Osaka, Japan. And the services were cancelled on 24th November 2005 following recession if passage after 1st October 2005 radical attacks in Bali. And In June 2006, the website was still offered, declaring discussions to recapitalize the airline. It was employing A310’s and A300’s on flights to Perth and Melbourne, Sydney mostly for visitors. Main competitor on Denpasar direction was Garuda Indonesia.
It operated service to following global scheduled destinations (at January 2005): Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Osaka, Brisbane, Seoul and Adelaide.
Air Paradise fleet included the subsequent aircraft (at July 2005):