Related Luton becomes first London airport to retu

August 10, 2019 0 Comments

first_img RelatedLuton becomes first London airport to return to normal scheduleLuton Airport became the first in London to begin operating flights at full capacity fAsh cloud affecting Scottish flights todayFlights to the Hebrides from Glasgow have been disrupted today (May 7th) following advice from the Civil Aviation Authority.UK flights disrupted by Icelandic volcanic ashUK flights disrupted by Icelandic volcanic ash Heathrow and Gatwick airports partially reopened this morning (May 17th) after a new cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland brought overnight restrictions.The UK’s busiest airports saw services operating from 07:00 after passengers experienced a night of numerous delays and cancellations, although restrictions remain in place in other parts of the country.Air traffic control organisation Nats decided to implement a no-fly zone following consultations with the Met Office and the Department for Transport has said that disruptions across Britain are likely until tomorrow at least.Robin Tudor, a spokesman from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, said there is however a difference between restrictions being lifted and flights operating to normal schedules.”Just because the restriction is lifted doesn’t mean the flights are back on,” he commented.It is hoped that this new ash cloud will blow over fairly quickly, allowing services to return to normal sooner rather than later.See Volcano Ash Updates and Advice for moreReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img

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