Volcanic Ash, Eyjafjallajokull is Back
The second time Ash from the Iceland volcano is here and likely to force airport closures across Europe and parts of UK, which includes Scotland, Liverpool and Manchester. So this latest development follows more closure of airports and flight diversion on cards and it seems the summer vacation goers are likely to get hit.
Some Airports in the Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man have had to shut down. It is more likely to be decided on which way the wind blows, but it is expected that there will be more closure in Britain. This latest volcano ash comes in at a time when flights are grounded and striking employee. So economically this is going to hurt the flight companies and to those travelers who would like to have a break. The tourist industry too will face the wrath if the airport are closed.
Passengers are advised to confirm with their travel agents or airline company website before they plan to leave home for vacation or trip. Iceland airport was shut down on Friday which caught some passenger wondering. As said above tourist-centric business in Europe and in the UK will have to keep their fingers crossed as this could effect their business.