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Ngurah Rai Airport still operates normally


BaliNews.xyz | After the eruption of Mount Agung, until Sunday (26/11), there have been 45 flight cancellations from and to Bali both internationally and domestically.

In addition, there are also delays of flights to and from Bali as much as 7, and 7 flights from Bali international route which was originally postponed has now departed.

According to Ari Ahsanurrohim, Head of Communication and Legal Section of Ngurah Rai International Airport, the airlines canceling flights are Jetstar, Cathay Pacific, Thai Lion Air, Garuda Indonesia, Cathay Dragon, Indonesia Air Asia and Virgin Australia. While the airlines are delaying the departure of Jetstar Asia, Virgin Australia, Indoneska Air Asia Extra.

Although 45 flights canceled to Bali, there are still two international flights that continue to fly to Bali. The two flights are Indonesia Air Asia from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur to Bali. Ari added that Lombok International Airport has been closed. But Ngurah Rai Airport still operates normally.

Vice Chairman of DPP Indonesian General Manager Association (IHGMA), I Made Ramia Adnyana said, until now the hotel has not received reports of delay or cancellation of booking. However, the hotel is still on standby to anticipate the delay or cancellation of booking.

"While no report has been canceled and the hotel is operating as usual," he said.

His side remain alert and ready to anticipate the possibility of emergency that occurred. He will continue to monitor the status of Mount Agung is still at level 3 to be informed to guests, both inhouse and already book to come to Bali. (R)

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