The international Ngurah Rai airport is closed due to the ash emissions from the volcano on mount Agung
Bali in Indonesia due to the eruption of the mount Agung closed to international airport Ngurah Rai, reports 28 June on Twitter press service of the airport.
“The international Ngurah Rai airport is closed due to the ash emissions from the volcano on mount Agung. Follow official notification”, – stated in the message.
I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport is closed due to the volcanic ashes of Mount Agung. Please stay updated for every information from our official account. pic.twitter.com/G7HaAyz5FD
— I Gusti Ngurah Rai (@baliairports) 28 Jun 2018
According to The Telegraph, as of June 29, was cancelled about 450 flights to leave the island or to fly to him, about 75 thousand people.
At the end of September 2017, the number of evacuees from the Indonesian island exceeded 120 thousand. The volcano has also been active in December 2017.
Bali international airport is located 70 km from the volcano.