Thousands of Australian travelers have been stranded in Bali due to a Jetstar problem

Thousands of Australian travelers have been stranded in Bali, struggling to find a way home due to a major Jetstar problem

  • Flights between Australia and Bali were canceled every day in September
  • The problems are due to technical problems on board Jetstar aircraft
  • Between 1,000 and 4,000 people are stuck in Bali

Since the beginning of September, daily flights between Australia and Bali have been canceled due to technical problems.

Neil Mitchell told 3AW on Monday that between 1,000 and 4,000 people are stuck in Bali.

Some travelers have had to wait five days to be rebooked on another Jetstar flight after multiple cancellations.

Flights between Australia and Bali were canceled every day in September due to technical problems

Frustrated Australians have been venting at Jetstar since trouble began late last week.

“Jetstar flight from Bali to Sydney canceled tonight. Next flight in 4 days, won,” one person posted on the Bali Bogans Facebook page.

“On my way back from Bali my 12:45 flight was delayed twice and if I don’t get to Melbourne tonight I will lose my job,” wrote another on Twitter.

A Jetstar spokesman told NCANewswire that some flights between Australia and Bali’s capital, Denpasar, have been canceled due to “technical requirements”.

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Frustrated Australians have been venting at Jetstar since trouble began late last week

“Unfortunately, we had to cancel some services between Australia and Denpasar due to technical requirements,” they said.

“We sincerely apologize for the frustration and inconvenience this disruption has caused our customers.

“Our teams are evaluating every option to get passengers on their way as quickly as possible, including seating on Qantas flights and performing ad hoc services wherever possible.

“A flight credit or refund will also be made available to passengers who no longer wish to travel.”

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Bradford Betz

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