4 DECEMBER 2017
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Melbourne-based Jetstar has issued a lengthy statement on its website giving passengers in Bali an update on scheduled flights after the Bali volcano caused flight disruption last week.
Weather conditions dependent, scheduled Jetstar services at Denpasar Airport were due to be resumed Monday morning.
It read: “Flying conditions at Denpasar Airport are expected to remain clear tomorrow so we are planning to resume scheduled services between Bali and Australia.
“If you are on a scheduled flight tomorrow, before heading to the airport please check the status of your flight from the flight status page on Jetstar.com or via our smartphone app.”
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