Flight restrictions and visa extensions proposed by Indonesian officials as volcano continues to show signs of ‘heightened unrest’

Indonesian officials have drawn up plans to divert flights to 10 airports across the country and extend tourist visas for stranded travellers should Bali’s Mount Agung – which has been rumbling perilously for days – erupt.

According to Indonesia’s volcanology centre, Mount Agung, which has not erupted since 1963, is “exhibiting heightened unrest with increased likelihood of eruption”.

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