Indonesia says more than 11,500 people have been evacuated from a town in West Papua.
It comes as violence continues to rock Papua and West Papua provinces, where dozens have died during clashes.
An official with the country's social ministry said the air force has flown around 7,500 people out of Wamena after unrest there in the past month.
Reuters reports Harry Hikmat saying another group of nearly 4,200 residents left on commercial flights.
A police spokesperson said the situation in Wamena is now stable, with shops and markets again open.