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Bali back to normal after Mount Agung’s ash cloud

Bali is back on track after seeing its international airport closed down for a period of 12 hours last Friday. According to the latest reports, all airlines are operating back no normal, although slight delays were reported over the weekend – this included flight reschedules. Asian Trails’ airport representatives reported that all its customers have been boarded on flights back over the weekend.

The situation around Mount Agung remains unchanged with a safety perimeter of 4 kilometres around the foot of the volcano and alert levels staying at level III. As always, we continue to maintain contact with the authorities on the spot about any changes that may occur.

If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service manager, Mr Marek Bis, at email marek@asiantrails.co.id or alternatively, contact us anytime at res@asiantrails.co.id or at +62 (0) 361 285 771 during office hours or our 24/7 hotline outside of office hours at +62 (0) 811 386 9377.

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