Announcement

Volcanic ash cloud: Travel advice

Passengers are still advised to remain in close contact with their airlines and travel agents for the most up to date news on the status of their flights.

Although the eruption appears to be subsiding, airborne ash could still result in airspace restrictions. Passengers are still advised to remain in close contact with their airlines and travel agents for the most up to date news on the status of their flights and bookings, which may be subject to short notice timetable changes.

As of 0900 on Friday 27 May, flights are expected to operate as scheduled.

You can find a list of airports in the UK and Ireland here.

Iceland’s Keflavik airport is open and is expected to remain so. A list of flights to and from Keflavik is available on the airport’s website - Keflavik International Airport

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In the event of any disruption to flights you can find information on your rights from Which? and the Air Transport Users Council.

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