ASH LATEST: Flights cancelled as cloud heads towards Europe

ASH LATEST: Flights cancelled as cloud heads towards Europe

A number of flights have been cancelled today (Wednesday) as volcanic ash from Iceland heads towards Northern Europe. British Airways says as a precaution it will not be operating any flights to and from Germany on Wednesday May 25.

KLM has cancelled flights from Holland to and from Norway, Sweden and Germany. Scottish regional airline Loganair plans to operate flights on all routes. Eastern Airways has cancelled three flights - Durham Tees Valley to Southampton, Humberside to Aberdeen and East Midlands to Aberdeen.

EasyJet has cancelled flights to and from Hamburg and Copenhagen. The airline recommends anyone flying from the following airports should check the status of their flight: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Amsterdam, Dortmund, Berlin, Copenhagen or Hamburg. 

Bmi has cancelled flights to and from Hanover and Berlin. Ryanair flights to and from Bremen, Lubeck, Magdeburg and Berlin are cancelled. Iceland airspace remains open but may be affected again later in the day.

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