Air Paradise International of Indonesia announced yesterday it was suspending service due to the "devastating effects" of the recent Bali terrorist attacks. Chairman and owner Kadek Wiranatha expressed his "sincere regret to the airline's employees, creditors and the traveling public for having to suspend the airline's operations" on the company's website. The number of tourists visiting Bali in October compared to the year-ago month fell 37% to 81,109, according to The Australian. Qantas ...

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