More than 850 people have made it back to Australia from Bali as flying conditions improve around Denpasar Airport.
Although Mt Rinjani in Lombok continues to erupt, the ash cloud around the airport has moved away.
Jetstar has flown holidaymakers back home on Wednesday during a short window of clear flying conditions, while
Virgin Australia says it will operate the remainder of the day's flights from Bali.
All Virgin Australia flights from Australia to Bali remain cancelled until Thursday morning when the airline will update customers on its afternoon plans.
Jetstar has indicated it plans to operate all services to and from Bali if the ash cloud remains clear.
In addition, the airline will bring back 2200 customers on 11 recovery flights.
The flights come after four Jetstar planes were forced to turn back mid-air on Tuesday because of the volcanic ash cloud.