Airline says it is considering adding extra flights over coming days to cater for those stranded by cancellations

Jetstar has resumed its flights to and from Bali after a second eruption in less than a week of the Mount Agung volcano prompted cancellations by several airlines.

An exclusion zone extending up to 7.5km from the crater remained in place, following the evacuation of more than 185,000 people after an eruption in September, and authorities warned anyone who remained within it to leave the area. About 25,000 to 30,000 people are reportedly still unable to return home.

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