New airport closures have been announced today following a new volcanic ash cloud admitted from the same volcano in Iceland that brought disruption to thousands at the end of the Easter Break.
Currently NATS (National Air Traffic Services) has imposed a no fly zone over the West of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The BBC is reporting that 6 flights scheduled in and out bound from Cardiff have currently been cancelled affecting Dublin, Belfast and Cork.
At this time airspace over Scotland's airports remains open and flights continue to operate, however this could change later depending on operational experiences.
The conditions of the Volcanic ash clouds movements over the UK are being monitored closely and restrictions will be based on the density of the cloud as it crosses the UK.
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