Indonesia: Mount Agung spews 2,000-m tall ash column World

Indonesia: Mount Agung spews 2,000-m tall ash column

Seismographs recorded an eruption of Mount Agung on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on April 4, which spewed out a massive column of ash measuring 2,000 m in height, said head of Bali’s disaster mitigation office Made Rentin.
Indonesia prepares for IMF-WB meeting ASEAN

Indonesia prepares for IMF-WB meeting

As many as 30 helicopters will be prepared to evacuate heads of state who will attend the IMF-World Bank meeting from October 8-14, 2018 in case of a tsunami and earthquake.
Indonesia reopens airport after volcanic eruption World

Indonesia reopens airport after volcanic eruption

Indonesia’s Bali resort island reopened Ngurah Rai International Airport at 1:30 pm on June 29 (local time) after Mount Agung’s eruption disrupted hundreds of flights and left thousands stranded.
Volcanic eruption hurts Indonesia tourism World

Volcanic eruption hurts Indonesia tourism

Potential loss from the eruption of Mount Agung in Indonesia’s famous tourist island - Bali since November 2017 is estimated at 9 trillion IDR (665 million USD).
Vietnamese embassy helps get tourists out of Bali Society

Vietnamese embassy helps get tourists out of Bali

The Vietnamese Embassy in Indonesia has received requests for support from around 50 Vietnamese tourists who are stuck in Bali, Indonesia, due to volcanic eruption, of whom 30 have left Bali safely by land.
Almost 500 flights cancelled due to volcanic eruption in Bali World

Almost 500 flights cancelled due to volcanic eruption in Bali

At least 445 flights had been cancelled as of November 28 due to volcanic eruption of Mount Agung, affecting more than 90,000 passengers to and from Ngurah Rai International Airport in Indonesia’s Bali resort island, a top holiday destination that attracts millions of foreign tourists every year.
24 Vietnamese stranded on Indonesia’s Bali Society

24 Vietnamese stranded on Indonesia’s Bali

Twenty four Vietnamese, mostly tourists, remain stranded on the Indonesian island of Bali as volcanic ash from Mount Agung prompted the closure of Ngurah Rai International Airport, the island’s main airport.