It seems as though things are on their way to getting back to normal in Bali after massive amounts of volcanic ash clouded the skies. The ash resulted in the cancelations of hundreds of flights, almost 900 to be exact. Now comes the rather massive task of clearing the backlog, which representatives are saying could take up to three days. "We are doing this as quickly as possible as the ash could come back anytime," said airport Official Yulfiadi. As of Monday morning the ash was drifting away from Bali, which has given the country a chance to deal with the canceled flights.
While the volcanic ash can make it hard to see obviously it also can damage the engine in the plane. To make matters worse, this is a busy travel time in Indonesia.
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