Volcano in Iceland canceled the new flights

Icelandic volcanic ash cloud prevented flights in Britain

In brief: About twenty flights were canceled on the eve of the UK, the reason was a new eruption in Iceland.

Volcano in Iceland continues to hamper air service in the UK. Icelandic volcanic ash covers the sky of Britain. Civil Aviation Authority of Britain has closed on Sunday to 17:00 BST on time for flights in the airspace of several parts of Northern Ireland.

This is due to the spread of ash clouds, formed by the ongoing eruption of an Icelandic volcano. The ban on flights also applies to the air space over the administrative center of Northern Ireland. Closed all airports in Belfast. A cloud of volcanic dust has spread over the Isle of Man, located in the Irish Sea. The work of the local Ronaldsway airport is also suspended. Meteorologists expected that in its movement to the south-east cloud of volcanic dust chart ranks a significant part of England and reached London on Tuesday. Over the British capital, it is delayed a short time and already on Wednesday will leave country’s airspace.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-05-16 10:08, Society.

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