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  • ash over the ocean

    lot of the heavys taking different routes this morning jfk to dublin routing down centre of scotland and a few continental flights were doing orbits in the orkney islands early ,co 107 has had a nice tour of north scotland!

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    Latest maps can be found here: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/aviation...aacuk_vag.html

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    • #3
      Quite intensive traffic over Greenland now.
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        yeah see that the amount of flights en-route to postion LIRKI (61n 2w) to enter icelandic airspace was the most i,ve seen or heard on scottish

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          Our biggest priority on Flightradar24.com now, is the get a radar on ICELAND. Any help to find a location will be appreciated.
          Flightradar24.com will pay for the receiver, antenna, amplifier and installation. Just help us find someone willing to host this on Iceland!

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            iceland would be major part in the jigsaw i,m sure with the offer put forward by mike/fr24 then someone up that area must be willing

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            • #7
              And now we have heavy traffic over Greenland going back to Europe.
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              • #8
                lot of heavy traffic over the french alps due to the ash

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                • #9
                  North sea is full of T/A flights! Major scattering of heavies over Scotland as well!

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                      all i can all those planes going over iceland via the north sea must be geting some great vews of the ash cloud, as some one else said the sky full of planes going via scotland

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                      • #12
                        Today is the first day that radar EDDM2 is online and sending data. Just a few hours ago the airport was closed down due to volcanic ash. :-( Currently it is unknown when it will re-open again.

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                        • #13
                          More ash on the way between Ireland and Düsseldorf/Köln today.
                          http://www.eurad.uni-koeln.de/index_e.html

                          Here you can see it better.
                          http://db.eurad.uni-koeln.de/prognos..._max24h_12.gif
                          Last edited by Charky; 2010-05-10, 08:27.
                          http://www.liveatc.net/search/?icao=LSGG

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                          • #14
                            What a nightmare for planning fuel, flightcrews and timetables. AF 9 is just coming in over the Canaries on its way from JFK - CDG. And two tracks posted here - at least 800 miles of their Great Circle routes....
                            the first from Denver to LHR

                            and this one from Miami to Dusseldorf
                            Last edited by dde0apb; 2010-05-10, 12:37.

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                            • #15
                              Canary island airports are now closed due to ash in airspace. There is still traffic passing above Canary Islands on FL350+

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