Furthermore, JQ127 from Darwin to Adelaide, JQ128 flight from Denpasar to Adelaide, JQ35 returned to Melbourne after taking off, and JQ36 canceled flight from Denpasar to Melbourne.
Jetstar, KLM, Qantas and Virgin airlines canceled some of their flights to and from the island, popular with tourists, after Mount Agung erupted around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, sending a plume of ash almost 5,000 feet above its peak.
The eruption emitted a bigger ash cloud than Tuesday's blast. But about 25,000 people have already evacuated from the slopes of Agung to shelters.
Indonesia's National Disaster Mitigation Agency said the ash column from Mount Agung rose 1500 meters following an eruption that began about 5.30pm and has continued for several hours.
'There has not been an increase in seismic and volcanic acivity after the first eruption and until this afternoon'.
Sutopo said that in total, eight global flights to Bali and 13 worldwide flights departing from Bali were cancelled. Level 3 is characterized by a sharp increase in seismicity in a given area, supported by results of other monitoring.
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"Tactical guidance for departure and arrival aircraft has been applied. This hasn't endangered any flights", he said.
Bali is famous for its surf, beaches and temples and attracted almost 5 million visitors previous year.
Bali, famous for its surf, beaches and temples, attracted almost 5 million visitors past year, but business has slumped in areas around the volcano since September when Agung's volcanic tremors began to increase.
Agung towers over eastern Bali at a height of just over 3,000 meters.
There are fears the volcano could erupt for the first time since 1963, when almost 1,600 people died.