Indonesia’s government says it is banning flights to Bali and banning the use of mobile phones to send texts or calls.
The move comes after the discovery of a plane crash in Bali’s northern Java province, which killed more than 20 people.
The Transport Ministry said it was implementing the “safer” travel advisory.
The Bali International Airport Authority said it is still assessing the extent of the damage to the runway, and assessing the safety of passengers and crew.
A spokesman said the airport had been operating without any air traffic restrictions.