Iceland Volcano Update: Europe Flight Delays Continue

 

Sources are reporting continuing flight delays in Europe as a result of the Eyjafjallajokul volcano eruption in Iceland.

According to Examiner.com, two Ryanair jets (Europe's low-cost airline) were found with ash in its engines. Four Ryanair flights were canceled on Sunday, May 9, leaving more passengers in the all-too familiar stranded predicament.

British Airways and EasyJet are reporting minimal delays as of this morning, May 10.

Eurocontrol told Examiner.com that an expected 28,500 flights were go forward today, around 2 percent below normal levels.

As of May 10 all European airports were open but there is concern that winds could push ash from the volcano back over Portugal and Spain later in the day.

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