Latest air travel information - volcanic ash - some European airports are closed - 9 May
Sunday 9, May 2010
Ash eruptions are still substantially affecting European airspace, in particular between the ground and 20,000 feet. All passengers are advised to check their flight status before travelling to the airports effected.
Due to the ongoing volcanic eruption in Iceland, there is further disruption today, Sunday 9 May 2010, for flights operating to and from the following areas:
You can check the latest 'Air Ash Concentration Charts' describing those areas where no-fly zone proposals have been made to the EUROCONTROL Member States.
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