The Indonesian low-cost Airline Lion Air has, once again, had its reputation and safety procedures called into question just as Indonesia enters into its busiest travel period over the Idul Fitri Holidays, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
Lion Air is making headlines for all the wrong reasons again after images surfaced online of large amounts of fuel pouring from a wing onto the tarmac while passengers were seated inside the aircraft, as quoted from Loyalty Lobby.
Tigerair Australia said on Friday it would permanently quit flying to Bali after Indonesian authorities said it would have to switch to a new operating model – one that the budget carrier said would take six months to put in place.
Two families have been booted off a Jetstar flight after refusing to take their assigned seats because they had not been seated together. A video taken on board a flight from Bali to Adelaide shows a group of people being removed from the plane by flight attendants before take-off
Quoted from Bali Discovery, that a 21-year-old Australian tourist, Matthew Akker, was taken into custody at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on Thursday, June 23, 2016, shortly after landing on JetStar Airline JQ 116 at 9:25 pm.
Aaron Gerrard Dolden, 25, from Sydney, was detained on arrival at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport on May 27 after he was accused of endangering the safety of the flight under aviation law.
An Australian man has been arrested in Bali after his AirAsia flight landed for reportedly threatening to jump out of the plane, but he says he was joking.
An Indonesian passenger who was not allowed to fly from Jakarta to Geneva because she was using a wheelchair has filed an online petition urging the Indonesian government and Etihad Airways to end discrimination of disabled people.
Obviously you’re not supposed to smoke on commercial flights, but a woman on Jetstar flight from Bali to Melbourne apparently lit up the cigarette
The Bali Airport Authority has issued a warning that the safety of aircraft landing and taking off from the Ngurah Rai International Airport is threatened by a number of outside distractions, including: lasers, drones, floating lanterns and kites.