This time Mt Agung did not create a significant impact and we are too grateful for that. According to Indonesia’s Geological Agency, no flights have been disrupted and can continue as scheduled. However, there is a three-mile no-go zone marked around the crater which has to keep maintained strongly.
Although the volcanic eruption in Bali was not an intense one this time however fumes were seen to have risen up to 2000 meters in the sky. The lave did spread for up to two miles radius and ashes are still widespread across the villages. Some flights to and from Australia did get canceled however normal operations are going on as they should have been.