Iceland Volcano May 11 Update – New Volcanic Ash Cloud Threatens European Skies (PHOTO)
UK Today News: Iceland Volcano May 11 Update – New Volcanic Ash Cloud Threatens European Skies (PHOTO)
Iceland Volcano May 11, Iceland Volcano Eruption Photo: The Iceland Volcano Eyjafjallajokull threatened a full blown eruption on May 11, 2010 and is yet again causing some major issues across Europe. A column of fire, smoke and ash was seen coming out of the Iceland volcano on May 11 2010. (See pic below)
The thick volcanic ash has resulted in flight delays in Spain, Turkey, Morocco as well as may other European countries. Reports say that the Iceland volcanic ash is so bad, that it has even spread to the North African airspace.
The Iceland volcano, Eyjafjallajokull, erupted last month and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. Some sources have reported that it is possible for the Iceland volcano to be active for the next few months, and thereby cause more trouble to the airlines and travelers.