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International Flights in Iceland Back to Normal

There were few limitations to international flights in Iceland yesterday and the outlook for today is good. There were some limitations to domestic flights; there were no flights to Akureyri and Egilsstadir yesterday but the airports were reopened this morning.

International flight schedules in Iceland are back to normal.

Today, domestic flight schedules will mostly return to normal, although there will be no flights to Ísafjördur in the West Fjords and the Westman Islands in south Iceland until perhaps in the afternoon, ruv.is reports.

This morning the volcanic ash cloud from Eyjafjallajökull is being carried to the north and hangs over Mt. Thórólfsfell in Fljótshlíd, where Míla’s webcam is located.

There have been powerful phreatic eruptions in the volcano in the past days and scientists from the University of Iceland Institute of Earth Science and the Icelandic Meteorological Office assume that more than 200 tons of volcanic debris is being emitted from the crater every second.

Click here to read other recent news of the eruption.

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