Flight NZ246 had been due to leave Denpasar yesterday.
Hundreds of Air New Zealand passengers have been left stranded in Bali after their craft grown an engineering fault.
Flight NZ246 was due to skip Denpasar for Auckland on Thursday though passengers have been told to design a prolonged wait.
One man, whose mother is among a stranded passengers, pronounced on Twitter that there was “chaos” during a airport, with passengers left in limbo.
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The emanate with a aircraft is approaching to take some-more than 24 hours to resolve, he said.
An Air New Zealand orator pronounced around 180 passengers are still in Bali as a outcome of a check and that 65 have opted to ride on choice services or around Australia.
The check is due to an engineering emanate “relating to a cooling pump”, she said.
Engineers have been flown in from Auckland and are available a attainment of deputy tools around Singapore.
“In a meantime, we are frequently updating business on a belligerent and have supposing them with accommodation and dishes and will also yield ride to a airfield once a new skip time has been confirmed. At this stage, we are anticipating to skip Denpasar this dusk internal time.
“We unequivocally apologize to business for a nuisance and appreciate them for their bargain and calm during this engineering delay.”
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