Chilean Volcanic Ash Cloud Continues To Disrupt Services

Air services across the southern part of South America continued to be disrupted last week as winds pushed a volcanic ash cloud originating in Chile around the region. Flights were expected to be affected until at least June 12, according to itineraries released by some of the region’s carriers.

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