Indonesia's Bali reopens to international tourists, but with no flights
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After more than a year of setbacks and false starts, Bali’s international airport was poised on Wednesday to reopen to the foreign tourists on whom the island’s economy depends, but on the eve of the policy shift, technical details remained unresolved, last-minute regulatory changes loomed and skepticism abounded.
“We’re tired of promises from the government,” said 32-year-old holiday villa manager Bando on Tuesday. “Honestly, we’re tired of hoping. […] We need tourists back.”
The business that Bando manages, based in Bali’s once bustling Seminyak district, has subsisted on a …
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