Europe’s air traffic control agencies claim they are better prepared than in 2010 for the potential impact on aviation from volcanic ash, as eyes turn to another impending eruption in Iceland. Civil protection authorities sealed off parts of the region surrounding the Bardarbunga volcano in southeast Iceland after earthquake swarms, some registering as high as four on the Richter scale, were measured, indicating a possible impending eruption. The Icelandic Met Office raised its ...

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