Mount Agung Erupts Again; Many Flights to Bali Cancelled

The Indonesian island of Bali closed its international airport as a result of Mount Agung Volcano’s eruption. The National Disaster Mitigation Agency said,  “the airport closure began early Friday, affecting nearly 450 flights that were cancelled and leaving 75,000 people stranded.”

Key Points:

1- All Bali-bound travellers are advised to check their flight status with their respective airlines.
2- Flights on routes between Denpasar and Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Cairns are disrupted.
3- Reports claim that the airport authorities are assessing whether all operations should be at halt or not.
4- Jetstar, Qantas, Virgin and AirAsia are some of the airlines whose services have been disrupted.

The volcano began gushing ash and smoke on Thursday, after which many airlines cancelled their inbound and outbound operations scheduled for the evening. Two small airports, at Banyuwangi and Jember in eastern Java are also closed because of the ash threat.

As per the reports, Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport will remain closed until 7pm, Friday night (29th June).

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