Mount Agung in Bali has erupted again

They say flights so far not affected


Bali's Mount Agung volcano has erupted again overnight, sending 2000-metre-high thick ash into the air and lava down it's slopes. 

Reports a loud explosion was heard from the region just after 9pm local time, and the eruption lasted for three minutes and 47 seconds. 

At this stage the alert level for Agung has not been raised and the exclusion zone surrounding the crater is four kilometres. 


Officials say due to the ash being less significant, airports will continue to operate as per normal. 

Just last week flights were cancelled and Denpasar airport was closed following an eruption.