Indonesian authorities closed four airports on Friday (Jul 10) due to a volcanic eruption, flag carrier Garuda Indonesia said on its official Twitter account.
The four airports include Denpasar airport in the popular holiday destination of Bali, and three others in Lombok, Jember and Banyuwangi.
According to Garuda Indonesia, the airports will be closed until 10pm local time, affecting all flights to and from the airports.
General aviation passengers who are affected by the suspension of services can choose to refund, reschedule or cancel their flights without fees. The fee for Agency Debit Memo (ADM) is also waived, according to Garuda.
Affected passengers who wish to cancel or change their flight details are advised to visit any Garuda Indonesia's ticketing office for or contact its call centre by dialing +622123519999.
On July 2, Mount Raung in East Java erupted, forcing the cancellation of a number of flights to Australia.