The initial tear on Jun 28 belched a cloud of charcoal into a air, inspiring atmosphere transport to and from a Indonesian island.
Some 115 general and 203 domestic flights were cancelled when a charcoal was expelled into a air.
Nearly 27,000 travellers were influenced by a grounded planes during Bali International airport.
However, a many new tear hasn’t impacted flights, with Mr Nugroho adding: “All airports are handling normally. The Standby Status. Don’t be fearful to revisit Bali. Bali is safe.”