Limited Bali flights resume after volcanic ash eases

Some Jetstar flights between Australia and Bali have resumed after the volcanic ash cloud over the island began to retract.

Mount Rinjani on the neighbouring island of Lombok started erupting earlier this week, causing major disruptions to air travel.

The airline is only operating flights to and from Bali in daylight hours.

Some flights are still cancelled while others have been rescheduled.

“Following assessment of the latest forecast from the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre this morning, our senior pilots and expert operational team have determined that the improved flying conditions around Denpasar Airport mean that we can resume limited daytime flights from Bali today,” the airline said on its website.

Virgin Australia has again cancelled its morning services and will make an announcement later today about its afternoon flights.

Passengers are being urged to check the airlines’ websites for updated flight inform

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