If you’re holding an air ticket for Bali today, then consider yourself extremely lucky as you’ll be among the first Australians to fly to the Indonesian island in two weeks.

Flying conditions over Denpasar Airport have improved enough this morning to give Jetstar, Qantas and Virgin Australia enough confidence to resume flights to and from Bali for the rest of the week.

The announcement from all three airlines comes a fortnight after they were forced to suspend all services to Bali due to ash from Mt Agung, which left thousands of Aussies trapped on the island and thousands more with cancelled holiday plans.

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An improvement in flying conditions yesterday allowed airlines to operate the first full day of scheduled services out of the popular Indonesian destination and bring home a large number of stranded Aussies.

Today, airlines say they’re ready to not only fly people home but deliver them to their holidays by resuming normal operations.

Jetstar said its scheduled services between Bali and Australia will operate as normal should “flying conditions around Denpasar Airport remain clear”.

Virgin Australia planes

It’s the same for Qantas and Virgin Australia, which noted that guests and crew would continue to be “our highest priority” and flights will be re-evaluated should conditions change.

Travellers flying in or out of the island today are being told to check the status of their flight before departing for the airport.

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