Ryanair volcanic ash update - Portugal, Spain and the Canary Islands - 11th May
Tuesday 11, May 2010
Based on current Euro Control and meteorological forecasts Ryanair expects airspace over Canary Islands, Faro and Madrid to be closed/restricted during Tuesday 11th May.
Accordingly flights to/from these airports may be cancelled as follows – click here for a list of cancelled flights.
CANARY ISLANDS - closed from 06:00hrs to 24:00hrs
FARO - closed from 06:00hrs to 24:00hrs
GRANADA - closed from 06:00hrs to 24:00hrs
JEREZ – closed from 06:00hrs to 24:00hrs
MADRID - closed from 06:00hrs to 12:45hrs
MALAGA – closed from 15:30hrs to 24:00hrs
SEVILLE - closed from 06:00hrs to 24:00hrs
TANGIER - closed from 06:00hrs to 24:00hrs
Passengers scheduled to fly on flights which have been cancelled are advised not to go to the airport, but instead change their flight bookings (or request refunds) on line at www.ryanair.com.
In addition there is a possibility of some disruptions to schedules to/from Granada, Jerez, Malaga, Seville and Tangier today 11th May.
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