Monarch flight disruption due volcanic ash cloud - 16 May
Sunday 16, May 2010
Warnings of airspace closure due to the volcanic ash cloud are currently being reported for Sunday 16 and Monday 17 May. Most of the Monarch flights departing on the morning of 16 May will operate as scheduled, however there are some cancellations.
Airspace over Manchester will be closed from 13.00 on Sunday 16 May and the following Monarch flights have been cancelled:
ZB594/5 Manchester - Faro - Manchester
ZB518/9 Manchester - Barcelona - Manchester
ZB660/1 Manchester - Malaga - Manchester
ZB676/7 Manchester - Alicante - Manchester
Check-in has also been suspended on the following Monarch flights and further information will be published shortly
ZB648/9 Manchester - Larnaca - Manchester
ZB568/9 Manchester - Tenerife - Manchester
ZB534/5 Manchester - Palma - Manchester
MON7436/7 Manchester - Dalaman - Manchester
All flights operating from Birmingham, Luton and Gatwick are currently planned to operate as normal.
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