Jetstar has resumed Bali flights as the volcano ash cloud clears

Jetstar is resuming flights to and from Bali after services were disrupted by volcanic eruptions at Mt Raung.

“We have determined it is safe to resume services in and out of Bali during daylight hours following careful consideration of the latest information from the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre,” a spokesman said.

Up to 1,000 Australians are reported to be stranded in Bali with an ash cloud disrupting flights during the busy school holiday period for several days.

Flights from Australia scheduled before 5.15pm (AEST) will go ahead.

Jetstar will this afternoon have three daylight services from Bali as well as four services from Australian airports to Bali.

“If flights proceed tonight we will operate five services from Bali to Australia overnight to ensure we get our customers travelling again as soon as it safe to do so,” Jetstar said.

Details of Jetstar flights HERE.

Virgin has yet to make an announcement.

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