Bali airport reopens, but airlines differ on ash risk

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The main airport for Bali, Indonesia has reopened after a temporary closure caused by a volcanic ash cloud, but airlines are taking different views on whether to resume operations. Many carriers began canceling flights to Bali June 28 because of concerns about ash from the Mt. Agung volcano...
Adrian Schofield

Adrian is a senior air transport editor for Aviation Week, based in New Zealand. He covers commercial aviation in the Asia-Pacific region.

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