Iceland eruption would disrupt airlines less this time
Airlines forced to tear up timetables after ash spewed from an Icelandic volcano in 2010 face less disruption from a repeat.
Airlines forced to tear up timetables after ash spewed from an Icelandic volcano in 2010 face less disruption from a repeat because they’ve adopted a more scientific process to identify the most dangerous skies.
Flights were cancelled and a number of passengers grounded four years ago, when a cloud from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano forced carriers to scrap more than 100,000 flights, costing $1.7 billion in lost revenue.
While 80 per cent of trips were idled on...
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