Several flights between Australia and Bali have bern diverted or cancelled due to volcanic ash. The Darwin VAAC lists the threat level at Orange and will release another Volcanic Ash Advisory no later than 1800Z.
Jetstar has cancelled all Bali flights tonight and there will be delays as they assess the situation tomorrow.
Volcanic ash from #MountAgung disrupting #Bali flights – flights cancelled this evening; some of tomorrow's flights delayed to allow for further assessment of flying conditions in the morning. We'll contact affected customers directly via SMS & email to provide further updates. pic.twitter.com/FWpOJdIMD1
— Jetstar Airways (@JetstarAirways) November 25, 2017
Virgin Australia advise they have some delays on flights from Denpasar
We’re continuing to closely monitor Mount Agung in Bali. Due to increased volcanic ash following a second eruption, there are some delays to flights from Denpasar this evening. More info here: https://t.co/LD8rC5uomr
— Virgin Australia (@VirginAustralia) November 25, 2017
ABC Australia reports that KLM and Qantas have also cancelled flights.