Thousands stranded at Bali airport
Bali’s Mount Agung volcano continues to belch smoke sending ash sweeping across the island covering aircraft flight paths and stranding thousands of tourists. Frustration at the country’s second-busiest airport is starting to boil over, with an estimated 2,000 people attempting to get refunds and reschedule tickets. Ten alternative airports have been prepared for airlines to divert…
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Sure is empty down here...