Over the past days, we have continuously monitored the situation in regards to the increased activity around Mount Agung. According to the latest reports from yesterday, 29 November, the situation remains unchanged with ongoing ash clouds filling the skies over the region.
New developments and change of wind directions have resulted in the closing down of Lombok airport and the airspace around this island. Bali International Airport remains operating according to schedule and all major airlines have resumed flights from and to Ngurah Rai Airport. However, we expect the situation to change at any moment in line with forecasted weather conditions. We will keep you updated once new changes are taking effect.
It is highly recommended that you contact the airlines for the latest news to discuss alternative travel options from and to Indonesia.
It is strongly advised to forego and draw immediate conclusions via the socials and via various media sources. We have seen ample examples of misinformation spreading around and describe an inaccurate state of events. Asian Trails Indonesia is constantly monitoring the situations with our teams and contacts on the ground to gain an actual report on the situation.
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