Wings Air, a auxiliary of Lion Air Group, announced Tuesday a termination of some of a flights to and from Banyuwangi and Jember in East Java, following an increase in volcanic activity on Mount Agung in Karangasem regency, Bali.
“Based on the issuance of NOTAM [Notice to Airmen], Blimbingsari Airport in Banyuwangi and Notohadinegoro Airport in Jember will be sealed for operation on Tuesday until 3 p.m. internal time since of the effects of a tear and increasing activity of Mount Agung,” review a airline’s statement.
Among a cancelled flights are IW1837 from Jember to Surabaya, IW1881 from Banyuwangi to Surabaya, IW1872 from Surabaya to Jember and IW1880 from Surabaya to Banyuwangi.
Sebagai tindak lanjut NOTAM dan dampak dari aktivitas gunung Agung Bandara Banyuwangi @BWX_AP2 dinyatakan sealed sampai dengan pukul 15.00. Kepada para penumpang kami persilahkan berkoordinasi dengan pihak maskapai. pic.twitter.com/shafXvUmMZ
— Contact Center AP II (@contactap2) July 3, 2018
All influenced passengers have been sensitive of a news, a airline stated, and will be authorised to reschedule their flights but additional charges.
Customers are suggested to follow a latest transport updates around central information supposing by Lion Air Group and associated authorities. (kes)