By James Wilkinson
Garuda Indonesia is allowing passengers booked on flights to Bali to make changes without amendment fees, following the upgrading of travel warnings to Indonesian by the Australian Government.
Passengers departing for Bali prior to December 31, 2008, will be permitted to rebook their travel arrangements without charge, for departure within the next six months. New bookings must be at the same fare and need to be done no later than November 25, 2008.
Garuda Indonesia is the latest airline to allow changes without fees for bookings on flights to Bali, following the lead of Pacific Blue (which launches flights to Bali on November 27), Jetstar and Qantas.