Mount Agung volcano disrupts air traffic at Bali airport
Mount Agung volcano disrupts air traffic at Bali airport A Bali airport spokesman said nine flights between Bali and Australia had been canceled.

Mount Agung volcano disrupts air traffic at Bali airport

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia: The Mount Agung volcano has caused flight disruption at Indonesia's Bali airport for hours, with some flights canceled following the eruption of the volcano that led to ashes spreading over the southern Indonesian island.

The Akung volcano eruption lasted 4 minutes 30 seconds and lava and burning rocks spread about three kilometers from the crater.

Nine villages witnessed heavy ash falling, but the agency said it had not raised the level of preparedness for the volcano, and the radius of the exclusion zone is still 4 kilometers around the nozzle.

A Bali airport spokesman said nine flights between Bali and Australia had been canceled.

The Agung volcano returned to its activity in 2017 after more than half a century of stagnation, after a major eruption in 1963.

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