Are we going to have to get used to Iceland’s volcanoes disrupting Europe’s air traffic plans? The experts say yes. By John Holden.
This week, Iceland’s Grímsvötn volcano erupted pushing a huge plume of ash into the stratosphere. This did not lead to the chaotic air traffic disruption caused by last year’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano which triggered the biggest aviation shutdown in Europe since World War II. But the recent eruption did cause some problems in Germany and Scotland and therefore begs the question: is this something we’re just going to have to get used to?Add a comment