However, airlines are continuing to monitor the situation with the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre in Darwin.
The volcano's alert level remains high and tourists have been warned to stay away from the area.
Garuda Indonesia's low-priced subsidiary, Citilink, resumed operations following the reopening of Ngurah Rai International Airport.
It is known that the last time mount Agung erupted in 1963 and 1964, then the eruption took almost 1200 lives. The spokesman did not give a reason for the dramatic revision.
The volcano began gushing smoke Thursday.
Ash is risky for planes as it makes runways slippery and can be sucked into their engines.
After an eruption in November 2017, more than 29,000 people had to flee their homes and the island was on level four alert.
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The volcano is about 75 kilometres from Bali's tourist hub in Kuta.
"Most of AirAsia flights from and to Denpasar, Bali have been canceled today", the airline said early Friday.
An earlier flight on AirAsia was called off before the airport was shuttered early Friday morning.
Mt Agung has been active in recent months, with this just the latest in a series of eruptions which left thousands of Australian holidaymakers in limbo on the island.
Bali's Governor Made Mangku Pastika apologised for the inconvenience when he visited the airport.
The 3031-metre high volcano's last deadly eruptions occurred in 1963 and 1964, during which about 1200 people were killed.
"There have been a number of events world-wide recently, such as earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes, which highlights the importance of travel insurance and so we recommend anyone soon to travel overseas to make sure they have sufficient cover for their trip, " she said.
"Volcanic activity is unpredictable, so please be aware that conditions can change rapidly".