Tigerair forced to cancel all flights to and from Bali


Tigerair forced to cancel all flights to and from Bali
  1. Tigerair forced to cancel all flights to and from Bali
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    About 700 customers have had their holiday plans affected after Tigerair Australia cancelled all their flights flying in and out of…
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About 700 customers have had their holiday plans affected after Tigerair Australia cancelled all their flights flying in and out of Bali.

Fairfax Media understands the airline was forced to take the decision due to new Indonesian government requirements for approval to operate in the region.

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