Bali airport reopens - for now at least

Health & Leisure
Wednesday, 29 November 2017
Ngurah Rai Airport, Bali, Indonesia has reopened after being closed for 48 hours after the Mt Agung volcano erupted.Garuda and Air Asia started flying Wednesday November 29 and Australia's Qantas and Jetstar were expected to begin operations from Thursday, operating additional flights to help clear their backlog of stranded passengers.
The resumption of flights has been welcomed by passengers, however the volcano is still active and flights are subject to last-minute cancellations.