Virgin Australia seeks renewal of Indonesia capacity, allocations from IASC

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Virgin Australia has applied to Australia's International Air Services Commission (IASC) for a renewal of its capacity and allocations to Indonesia for five years.

It seeks to retain its allocation and capacity for five years from 11 May 2014, to operate services to Indonesia from Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and its secondary Avalon airport.

The carrier also intends to renew its allocation of unlimited capacity to Indonesia for five years from 27 May 2014, from points other than Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, and Melbourne. The renewal will support the continuation of services between Adelaide and Denpasar.

Innovata schedules show that Virgin Australia operates services to Denpasar from Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide.