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Icelandic Volcano - phase 2
« on: May 05, 2010 »
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  • Latest news taken fron the Ryanair Website

    Volcanic Ash Disruption - UK & Ireland - 5th May

    Updated Wed 5th May: 11:00hrs

    UK - Airspace Closure ? Wed 5th May

    The CAA and NATS have confirmed the closure of Belfast, Derry, Edinburgh and Glasgow Prestwick until at least 24:00hrs today Wednesday 5th May.   Therefore all flights to/from these airports up to 24:00hrs have been cancelled.   Passengers scheduled to travel to/from these airports between 06:00hrs and 24:00hrs are advised not to go to the airport, but instead change their flight bookings (or request refunds) on line at www.ryanair.com.

    The CAA are cautioning that airspace over Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle may suffer possible closures later today which may cause disruptions or cancellations of flights to/from these airports.  Intending passengers at those airports go to the airport as normal for their scheduled flights and continue to monitor this page for up to date information which will be posted here as soon as it becomes available.

    Ireland ?Airspace Closure ? Wed 5th May

    The IAA has confirmed the closure of Dublin and Knock from 11:00hrs until at least 24:00hrs and Shannon from 17:30hrs until at least 24:00hrs today Wednesday 5th May.   All flights to/from these airports during these closure periods times have been cancelled.   Passengers scheduled to travel to/from these airports during these closures are advised not to go to the airport, but instead change their flight bookings (or request refunds) on line at www.ryanair.com.

    Passengers scheduled to travel outside of these closure times should monitor this page for up to date information which will be posted as soon as it becomes available.

    Flights at Cork and Kerry are operating to schedule, with previous restrictions lifted.  Passengers intending to travel to/from these airports should go to the airport as normal for their scheduled flights and continue to monitor this page for up to date information which will be posted here as soon as it becomes available

    Ryanair expect the next update to be posted here at 14:00hrs Wed 5th May

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    Re: Icelandic Volcano - phase 2
    « Reply #1 on: May 09, 2010 »
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  • Some flights are taking an hour or so longer to get here.

    How long the Carriers are prepared to do this when there is
    a 'Ash Risk' will be interesting as the costs mount up.