Latest update on European air traffic and volcanic ash situation - 14 May
Friday 14, May 2010
The areas of ash concentration are mainly at low levels in the vicinity of Iceland, and according to the forecasts are not expected to cause any disruption to air traffic during the next 24 hours except Keflavik Internation Airport.
Keflavík International Airport is closed as of May 14th due to volcanic ash concentration being above operable levels.
Icelandair flights from USA - Seattle, New York and Boston are diverted to Akureyrar Airport. Buses transfer is provided for passengers from Akureyrarairport to Reykjavik.
Icelandair continues to monitor the situation along with aviation safety guidelines and will not operate flights unless cleared by Air Traffic Authorities.
Please check flight status for the latest information on your flight before you travel to the airport.
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