With significant SYD delays on Saturday 10 August as most aircraft have been forced to use the east-west runway due to high winds, GA713, the 1100 hours SYD - CGK took off at 1239 hours. A333 PK-GPS should arrive at 1713, 88 minutes late.
GA719, the 0800 hours MEL - DPS was cancelled on Wednesday 4 September 2019. This is rare for GA on this or its CGK routes ex Oz, unlike JQ with teh latter's two daily flights that are often late, and sometimes cancelled.
On what is building to be a hot day in Melbourne, GA718 (A333 PK-GPV, the 2255 hours DPS - MEL airborne at 2329 on Wednesday 29 January) is on Thursday 30 expected to arrive 40 minutes late at 0815 hours.
Tuesday 26 May 2020 sees GA7190, the 0835 hours morning MEL - DPS cancelled.
It is unclear when Australians will be able to again travel to Bali - presumably some months after the TransTasman routes reopen - but media reports I've occasionally seen have suggested that the island 'reopens for tourism in July' as it has had far fewer coronavirus cases than the major Indonesian (by land mass) islands.
That said, there'd be much hesitancy on the part of Oz's Chief Medical Officer to travel there as he is unable to control from where other tourists originate.
Still in the conronavirus era, GA717 (Sunday 28 June, the 1000 hours morning MEL up to CGK) did not take off until 1134 hours. Arrival should be at roughly 1555 hours, 100 minutes behind schedule. Aircraft is A333 PK-GPY. This flight is operating once a week at present. The aircraft was in MEL for more than 24 hours which is unusual: most airlines give their crews 10 hours off plus travel time to and from their hotel during the infrequent flights typical of the COVID-19 time.
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