UPDATE: Flights in and out of Bali will resume on Tuesday morning after delays due to an ash cloud caused by an eruption of Mt Rinjani.
Virgin Australia, who cancelled flights on Monday, have said that flying to and from Bali is safe to resume.
Jetstar have also resumed flying to the island, and AirAsia’s first flight to Bali was scheduled to depart Perth Airport at 11:20am.
On Monday, Perth Airport confirmed flights in an and out of Bali were “being impacted” with Virgin diverting flights to Bali to Darwin.
[Travel update] Our flights to/from Bali will recommence this morning. Customers affected overnight are being moved to alternative flights.
— Jetstar Airways (@JetstarAirways) August 1, 2016