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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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    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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    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 at 08:27.

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    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
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    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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    Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Ash Cloud

    Hi

    Firstly, thanks for a fantastic site.

    Attached is an interesting site and link regarding incidents and news in aviation. It is a pity the information regarding the ash cloud is out of date.

    http://avherald.com/h?article=42b032f6&opt=5888

    Regards
    Mach1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mach1 View Post
    Hi

    Firstly, thanks for a fantastic site.

    Attached is an interesting site and link regarding incidents and news in aviation. It is a pity the information regarding the ash cloud is out of date.

    http://avherald.com/h?article=42b032f6&opt=5888

    Regards
    Mach1
    Some great satellite images there!

    thanks!!

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    just been watching sky manchester closed lot scotland airports shut the south east airports could be shut on tuesday till atlest wednesday night
    Last edited by tinybill; 2010-05-16 at 15:33.

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    Yes, I saw the last Monarch come down the ILS just before MAN closed at 13.00. It's eery where I am, i've been in the garden this PM no a/c to be seen!

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    Just been up to Newcastle

    Got about 14-15 Jet2 Diverts from around the country (mainly LBA/EMA)

    lots of aircraft parked on stand, quite an interesting day.

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