Thousands of tourists have been left stranded after a volcano on Bali spewed smoke and ash thousands of feet into the sky.
Mount Agung on the Indonesian island has been throwing smoke, ash and steam more than 13,000 feet into the air for the fourth day running.
Airlines, including Virgin, Qantas and Jetstar, were forced to cancel at least 15 flights to and from the paradise island.
Normal service has now resumed from Bali airport.
The volcanology centre in Indonesia initially put out a red alert to airline amid fears of a possible eruption.