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Bali airport reopens after closure due to Mt.Agung eruption

Bali airport reopens after closure due to Mt.Agung eruption

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 29 Nov 2017, 09:17 pm

Bali, Nov 29 (IBNS) : Bali airport reopened on Wednesday,  two days after a volcanic eruption spread ash across the island and forced it to close.

"Bali's international airport started operating normally," local media reports quoted air traffic control provider AirNav as saying in a statement.

The statement said that operations resumed at 2:28pm (local time).

Despite the reopening, Qantas and Jetstar flights were not due to resume right away.

Singapore Airlines said it would also resume flights between Singapore and Bali.

The airport said as many as 430 domestic and international flights had been disrupted on Wednesday.

The reopening followed a downgrade in the authorities' aviation warning to "orange", one level below the most serious.

The decision to resume operations followed an emergency meeting at the airport, weighing up weather conditions, tests and data from AirNav and other groups.

Bali airport reopens after closure due to Mt.Agung eruption

India Blooms News Service
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