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1. New Flights Grounded by Volcanic Ash Fear
New Flights Grounded by Volcanic Ash Fear. Just as you were beginning to believe the worse of the Volcanic Ash misery was over, and most stranded passengers had returned safely home, a worrying message emerged from the Irish Aviation Authority stating that it was to close its airspace. As this new volcanic ash disruption is, as it was before, a very dynamic situation, we will updat
2. Volcanic Ash Returns to UK; More Flights Disrupted
Volcanic Ash Returns to UK; More Flights Disrupted. Airports in the UK have been forced to close as the Volcanic Ash enters airspace used by some of Europe's busiest airports. As with the previous volcanic ash disruptions, travellers should contact their airline before travelling to the airport and ensure that the airline has all your latest contact details.
3. Volcanic Ash Causes Worldwide Flight Delays
Volcanic Ash Causes Worldwide Flight Delays. Countries in Northern Europe are closing their airspace - except in the case of emergencies - due to a fear of the risk of flying through the volcanic ash that is being blown over by wind from Iceland. It is believed that the volcanic ash could cause engine failure if an aircraft were to fly through it.
4. UK's CAA to Introduce New Volcanic Ash Measures
UK's CAA to Introduce New Volcanic Ash Measures. From midday today (Tuesday GMT), the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will implement new measures to reduce disruptive airspace closures caused by the volcanic ash from Iceland. The new measures are a results of discussions with airlines, regulators, and aircraft and engine manufacturers.
5. Volcanic Ash / Flight Delays - Updates
Live Updates on Volcanic Ash / Flight Delays - Updates. The volcanic ash plume that has been blown over much of northern Europe from Iceland, has caused hardship to millions, if not billions, of people around the world. Whether they are stranded at an airport trying to get home, awaiting clients that are now highly unlikely to show or trying to import / export goods from overseas,
6. ClearVision EVS Performs Successful Ground Trials of Volcanic Ash Detection
Elbit Systems and Nicarnica Aviation have successfully performed ground trials, demonstrating detection of volcanic ash using the ClearVision EVS system. The Enhanced Vision System (EVS), modified to incorporate ash detection capability, is one of a kind in the market.
7. Volcanic Ash Crisis Cost Airlines $1.7 Billion
Volcanic Ash Crisis Cost Airlines $1.7 Billion. IATA today estimated that the Icelandic volcano crisis cost airlines more than $1.7 billion in lost revenue through Tuesday (20 April 2010)- six days after the initial eruption. For a three-day period (17-19 April), when disruptions were greatest, lost revenues are estimated to have reached $400 million per day.
8. Elbit Systems and Nicarnica Aviation Offer Volcanic Ash Detection Capabilities
Elbit Systems and Nicarnica Aviation are now offering Volcanic Ash Detection capabilities, as part of Elbit Systems new ClearVision EVS product for business jets. The combined solution will enable pilots to avoid flying into contaminated areas while still maintaining safe operation in areas influenced by volcanic eruptions.

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