Aer Arann volcanic ash flight disruption alert
Wednesday 5, May 2010
Aer Arann wishes to advise customers that due to shifting weather patterns the volcanic ash cloud emanating from Iceland has moved back over Ireland and the UK. As a result, restrictions have been placed on flights to and from certain Irish and UK airports on Wednesday 5th May and Thursday 6th May.
The below information applies to Aer Arann flights on Wednesday 5th May only:
The Irish Aviation Authority has advised that based on the most recent Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre and Eurocontrol information, restrictions will apply at the following airports from the times indicated:
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