Aussie travellers stranded in Bali

Australian travellers have been stranded in Bali after Tigerair cancelled flights between the two countries, a statement released by Tigerair Australia says “Tigerair Australia has cancelled several flights to Denpasar (Bali) today following a decision by the Indonesian government to impose new administrative requirements for the operation of its flights between Bali and Australia"





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Quite unfortunate to hear. Hopefully those people can try to enjoy an extended stay.

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Would mind staying in Bali a bit longer.

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It’s really a sad news, Though, I wouldn’t mind to stay longer at Bali Airport ;)

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“Uh, boss. I’m stranded in Bali, I’m sorry that I’m not going to make it in to work today.” I wish I was having that conversation. There are worse places to be stuck in. But then again, I suppose that one person’s paradise could be another person’s perdition. I was stuck in Cleveland a few years during a snow storm. Why couldn’t it have been Bali?

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This is a duplicate pls search before posting!

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Please don’t state it’s duplicate without linking the topic, thanks in advance! :)

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Reason I don’t link is that I don’t know how to link.

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I will help you in a PM. :)

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It’s why you don’t take Tigerair. I’ve never travelled with them and never will.

You have gotta experience something to call it bad lol.

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I have plenty of friends who have taken Tigerair, and never flown them again. Experience is gained collectively from other people, not just yourself.

It’s bad, really bad, trust me @Ollie @bensonb

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Yes it is bad, a rip off version of Jetstar. You can see that because they are now banned from flying to Bali.

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What we need is another airline flying domestic short haul (e.g Sydney-Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane etc), it would free up the market more, make prices more competitive and just get more bang for your buck

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Oh never mind lol 😂, it was another topic not the same as this, disregard last message!

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Two Virgin Australia aircraft will begin services to fly stranded holiday makers home, while the budget airline resolves issues with the Indonesian government. Services begin tomorrow (Tuesday) at 12:10am…

Find out more here:

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/virgin-australia-to-fly-stranded-bali-holidaymakers-to-brisbane/news-story/6ff3565087b5229ab0deb1c2853a2624

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