Monday, 19 April 2010

Volcanic Ash update 18:30

NATS (national air traffic services) has now confirmed in a release on it's landing page, that Volcanic Ash is no longer being emitted at altitudes that will affect UK airspace.

They have announced that from 0700 (GMT) tomorrow, Tuesday, Scottish airspace will be reopened and south to a line between Teeside and Blackpool.

Following information provided by the UK Met Office, they are expecting the current ash cloud to continue moving south with the possibility that southern England and Wales airspace will be reopened later tomorrow.

All agencies will continue to monitor the situation and further updated will be released on NATS site at 9pm this evening. is advising all guests with confirmed flights to check with their airlines directly for the latest information on individual flights.

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