As you are probably aware, over the weekend another of Iceland’s Volcanoes erupted, sending a new ash cloud into the atmosphere.
The latest indications suggest that the ash is UNLIKELY to lead to the widespread travel disruption experienced during last year’s Eyjafjallajokull eruption. This is due mainly to the lack of strong upper levels winds responsible for distributing the ash over large parts of the UK and Europe.
Should we see any closure of the airspace over the UK, the travel industry is not expecting to see anything on the scale of last year’s closures and more importantly less disruption to your travel plans.
At this time we are monitoring the situation and will be in touch with you should the circumstances change. Please bear with us and we shall contact you if and when we have any further information.
sunshine.co.ukPosted : Monday, May 23rd, 2011 at 12:43