Bali reopens to international flights but no tourists in sight


Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is open to travellers from 19 countries including South Korea, China, Japan, France, the United Arab Emirates, Dubai and New Zealand. – EPA pic, October 14, 2021.

BALI reopened to international flights from selected countries today, including China, Japan and France, as the pandemic-struck Indonesian holiday island took a step toward welcoming back tourists.

But authorities in Bali, which lost its primary source of income as tourism dried up, said there were no international flights expected today.


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