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Sangeang Api volcanic ash shuts down Bali flights again

First Bali was cut off by volcanic ash clouds over the Top End of Australia. While that problem has gone away with the reopening of Darwin airport, flights through the resort island’s Denpasar airport are now being cut or seriously postponed by the plumes from the same eruptions clogging its airways. Jetstar has already advised [...]
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