Airport Chaos As All Flights In And Out Of Bali Cancelled
It's not good news for Bali holidaymakers as all flights have now been
Over the weekend, thousands of passengers were affected by volcanic ash as planes were rerouted or never took off.
Now, all flights in and out of Bali have been
On Sunday, Air Asia followed Jetstar and Qantas,
Natasha Liddle told PerthNow she had only found out her AirAsia flight had been
“I’m pretty disappointed,” she said.
The latest advisory is as follows:
[Travel update] All Bali flights cancelled today: https://t.co/ipKqIREb0H #MountAgung #volcano— Jetstar Airways (@JetstarAirways) November 26, 2017
Our senior pilots will make an assessment about tomorrow’s flights and we will post our next update by 7pm tonight.
We’re continuing to closely monitor Mount Agung in Bali. Due to increased volcanic ash and current weather conditions, Denpasar Airport is now closed and we have cancelled today’s flights. More info here: https://t.co/LD8rC5LZdZ— Virgin Australia (@VirginAustralia) November 26, 2017