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Eruption disruption: airlines rush to cut losses

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Bali's airport shutdown due to volcanic ash from Mount Agung works out to about US$5 million a day in combined lost flight revenue for the 42 airlines that fly to the tourist island - especially since this is peak holiday season.

Singapore

AS a shutdown of Bali's airport is extended due to volcanic ash, airlines bracing for millions of dollars of lost revenue per day are scrambling to minimise damage by offering travel to other destinations and alternative transport off the island.

The airport on the

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