Volcanic Ash Disruption – Spain, Portugal, France - 8th May
Saturday 8, May 2010
Based on current AENA and metrological forecasts, Ryanair expects airspace over Northern Spain and Southern France to be closed/restricted during Saturday 8th May.
Accordingly flights to/from airports in this restricted airspace may be cancelled until 24:00hrs Saturday. In addition, all flights scheduled to overfly Northern Spain and Southern France may also be cancelled until 24:00hrs Sat 8th May– click here for a list of cancelled flights. Flights cancellations are listed by departure airport for passenger convenience. Intending passengers are strongly recommended to check their flight status before they go to the airport.
All Ryanair passengers intending to travel over the next 48 hours should continue to monitor the airline's webpage for up to date travel info which will be posted as soon as it becomes available.
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