Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Irish Flights To Resume

Ash Levels Not Risk To Aircraft
Shipping News Feature

IRELAND – Irish airports are to resume operations at 1300 local time, the Irish Aviation Authority has confirmed.

Flights were halted from seven o’clock this morning by a cloud of volcanic ash blew over the country during the morning and stopped all international flights to and from Ireland.

However, the IAA has warned that with winds to continue to blow for the North for the rest of the week it is possible that further disruption may occur.