Jetstar, Virgin Australia cancel Bali flights due to volcano

TRAVELLERS hoping for a Bali holiday have had their plans dashed as volcanic ash causes flights to be cancelled in and out of Denpasar airport.

Both Virgin Australia and Jetstar have cancelled all flights in and out of Bail on Tuesday evening after a volcanic eruption on Mount Rinjani, on the Indonesian island of Lombok, caused flying conditions to be deemed "unsafe".

All flights for both airlines on Wednesday have also been cancelled.

Jetstar told customers in a statement that they will monitor the movement of the ash cloud with the latest from the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre.

"While we regret the frustration these cancellations will cause, the safety of our customers and crew is always our first priority."

Due to the volcanic eruption at Mt Rinjani near Denpasar (Bali), our team of meteorologists and the Volcanic Ash...

Posted by Virgin Australia on Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Jetstar cancellations:

From Australia to Bali

  • JQ 43 - Melbourne-Bali (Depart 0955 Arrive 1230)
  • JQ 110 - Perth-Bali (Depart 0620 Arrive 0930)

From Singapore to Bali

  • JQ117 - Singapore-Bali (Depart 0500 Arrive 0930)

From Bali to Australia

  • JQ 117 - Bali-Perth (Depart 0840 Arrive 1315)
  • JQ 109 - Bali-Perth (Depart 1100 Arrive 1400)  


Virgin flights cancelled to and from Denpasar (Bali) tomorrow, Wednesday 4 November 2015:

  • VA49 MEL-DPS                  STD 0915L
  • VA41 BNE-DPS                   STD 1010L
  • VA65 SYD-DPS                   STD 1120L
  • VA55 PER-DPS                   STD 0850L
  • VA34 DPS-ADL                   STD 1310L
  • VA62 DPS-PER                   STD 1725L
  • VA46 DPS-BNE                   STD 2110L
  • VA54 DPS-MEL                  STD 2230L

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