will the volcanic ash, from iceland, spread towards bournemouth airports?
me and my family are departing tomorrow afternoon, to tenerife, but since there has been a volcanic eruption in Iceland, the ash is spreading southwards. It is near scotland at the moment, but i really hope it doesn't get to far down so quickly. is there any suggestions of how likely it is to get to the bottom of the UK before it disrupts UK flights?
- blα blαLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
The airports will have a fair idea already of when/how much they will be affected and thus which flights are likely to be affected.
The official advice is to contact your airline as they will be informed about this, so I would give them a call as they will have the most up to date & accurate info, plus an indication of when you can get another flight if it is delayed/cancelled
Reading BBC news http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/8621407.stm then flights at Stansted and Southampton have been affected so it is already in the South England. How quickly it will clear is anyone's guess.
So do call the airline. This is your best bet.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- soñadorLv 71 decade ago
It said on the news that Southampton airport is affected, but they said that problems may ease later today. Just keep watching the news, or log onto the airport websites.