As of today’s date (24 May), the current volcanic eruption in Iceland looks like it will cause some disruption to UK and European air travel. So far flights from Northern Ireland airports to Scotland and Dublin have been affected. The Consumer Council advises passengers to contact their airline before travelling. A list of airline website addresses and contact numbers is available at www.consumercouncil.org.uk.
As of today’s date (23 May), the current volcanic eruption in Iceland looks like it will cause significantly less disruption to UK and European air travel than last year – however, with unsettled weather patterns across Northern Ireland and the UK, this could change at short notice.
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