Media caption Bali volcano: Inside the exclusion zone Flights have resumed from the international airport in Bali after three days of disruption caused by a volcanic ash cloud, officials say.
Jun 29, 2018 · Watch video · Volcano trackers reported two eruptions from Mount Agung, an active volcano in northeastern Bali, between June 10 and June 12.
(CNN) — A change in wind direction has allowed Bali’s international airport to reopen after it closed temporarily Friday because of volcanic ash and vapor from the Mount Agung volcano.
Bali’s main airport has reopened after volcanic ash from Mt Agung forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights and derailed tens of thousands of passengers’ holiday plans on the eve of the
Bali volcano: Ngurah Rai Airport reopens after closure due to Mt Agung eruption Updated November 29, 2017 20:17:42 Photo: Hundreds of flights in and out of Bali have been cancelled this week.
A volcanic eruption on the Indonesian island of Bali left thousands of tourists stranded yesterday after Ngurah Rai international airport closed for 12 hours.
Bali reopens airport after volcano eruption grounded flights. The early morning closure sparked the cancellation of more than 300 flights, affecting nearly 27,000 passengers.
Bali’s international airport has reopened after being closed due a volcanic eruption at Mount Agung.
Despite the eruption, Agung’s status remained on alert level, the second highest danger warning. There is a four-kilometre (2.5 mile) no-go zone around Agung’s peak.
Agung, about 70 kilometers northeast of Bali’s tourist hotspot of Kuta, last had a major eruption in 1963, killing about 1100 people.