It seems as though the airspace over Bali has been affected again by yet another major volcanic eruption. The eruption took place at Mount Ruang and as a result Virgin Australia departure times were delayed. Jetstar’s flights were proceeding and faced the task of flying over 3,000 passengers to the country of Australia just on Wednesday alone. Jetstar felt it was safe to fly thanks to an assessment that provided them with details. This was according to David Hall, chief executive, Jetstar.
"Our flights that are scheduled to depart from Australia this morning, we've given the greenlight to those that it is safe to travel," said Hall. "Fingers crossed we would get in excess of probably 3,000 back today." Plans were also being made by Qantas with two relief flights put in place.
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