Jetstar, Air Niugini, Virgin Australia cancel Bali services on 28-Nov-2017 amid Mount Agung ash

    JetstarAir Niugini and Virgin Australia separately noted (27-Nov-2017) continued flight cancellations to/from Bali Denpasar on 28-Nov-2017 as conditions around the airport continue to be affected by the ash cloud from the Mount Agung volcano. The Agung Volcano Observatory’s aviation colour code is currently red, indicating that further eruption is imminent or underway with significant emission of volcanic ash into the atmosphere likely. Jetstar, which cancelled 11 return Bali services on 27-Nov-2017, also advised passengers that customers booked on services to Bali over the next week can instead choose to travel to a range of alternative international destinations including Phuket, Ho Chi Minh City, SingaporeFiji, Tokyo and Osaka at no additional cost. Virgin Australia stated it is offering passengers booked on travel to Denpasar up until 04-Dec-2017 the option of switching to alternative holiday destinations, such as Nadi, Port Vila or domestic destinations.  [more – original PR – Jetstar] [more – original PR – Jetstar II] [more – original PR – Air Niugini] [more – original PR – Virgin Australia] [more – original PR – Virgin Australia II]