Jetstar has issued a lengthy statement on its website giving passengers in Bali an update on scheduled flights after the Bali volcano caused flight disruption last week.
Weather conditions dependent, scheduled Jetstar services at Denpasar Airport are to be resumed tomorrow morning.
It read: “Flying conditions at Denpasar Airport are expected to remain clear tomorrow so we are planning to resume scheduled services between Bali and Australia.
“If you are on a scheduled flight tomorrow, before heading to the airport please check the status of your flight from the Flight status page on Jetstar.com or via our smartphone app.”
Senior Jetstar pilots will make further assessment tonight and tomorrow morning and the airline will provide customers an update if the situation changes.
Jetstar’s next regular update will be at 11am tomorrow morning.
The airline advised that customers in Bali will be rebooked on to flights tomorrow in order of who has been disrupted longest.
It sent a warning: “Please do not manually rebook your flights. You will be contacted directly via email and SMS with your rebooking details.”
Given the conditions in Bali have improved, Jetstar is also set to resume operating flights from Australia into Bali on Monday.
A live webcam of Mount Agung has been set up as fears grow for the safety of thousands of people on the island.
List of cancelled flights to and from Bali for Sunday, 3 December
JQ117 Singapore-Bali (4 December)
List of flights operating from Bali to Australia for Sunday, 3 December
List of flights operating from Bali on Monday, 4 December
JQ101 Bali-Townsville (5 December)
List of flights operating to Bali on Monday, 4 December