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Tigerair Australia suspends flights to Bali

by on January 11, 2017
 

Tigerair cancellations are set to disrupt holidaymakers plans as  the airline announces the cancellation of a number of their flights to and from Denpasar (Bali) on 11th January 2017. Affected passengers on the flights from Adelaide and Melbourne and those to Melbourne and Perth will be contacted directly by the airline and offered either a re-accommodation on an alternative flight if this is available, or a full refund.

The cancellations have been necessitated by the decision by the Indonesian government to impose new administrative requirements for the operation of its flights between Bali and Australia. Tigerair is working with the relevant Indonesian authorities to meet these new requirements and hopes to resume flights as soon as possible. Domestic flights offered by Tigerair are not affected.

Passengers on the affected flights are advised not to go to the airport.

Tigerair cancellations on 11th January 2017

The flights affected and the remedies offered are as follows:

  • TT1 MEL-DPS – Re-accommodation on next available Virgin Australia service (subject to availability) or full refund.
  • TT17 ADL-DPS – Full refund
  • TT24 DPS-PER – Earliest possible re-accommodation on alternate carrier. Hotel accommodation to be provided as these arrangements are made.
  • TT6 DPS-MEL – Re-accommodation on next available Virgin Australia service (subject to availability).

Please check the Travel Alerts at the top of the page on the Tigerair website for any updates.

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