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first_img RelatedNats welcomes new CAA guidelinesAircraft will now be permitted to fly through airspace containing ‘medium density’ ashIceland volcano ash cloud: latest airport & travel newsLatest Volcano Ash Cloud Travel NewsBrits discouraged from flying after ash disruptionThe disruption caused by the recent cloud of volcanic ash could put off up to one in five Brits from flying Last Updated: 09:26 Mon 30 May 2011No high density ash is currently predicted to affect UK airspace. The Latest from NATSThere is currently no impact from volcanic ash on UK airspace.Get the latest UK updates from NATSMinimising Ash Disruption: Higher Ash ToleranceThe CAA last week announced new measures to reduce airspace closure caused by volcanic ash.Based on discussions with aircraft and engine manufacturers, it has been agreed that it is safe to allow aircraft to fly for a limited time in a “Time Limited Zone” – meaning airlines could operate in higher ash densities than currently permitted.Flybe were the first airlines to achieve permission to fly in the new zone, and it’s expected many other airlines will quickly follow suit.Stay Up to DateSkyscanner will be monitoring the Icelandic volcano situation closely, check back for the most recent updates.Got a question about the ash cloud?Skyscanner staff are on hand to answer any questions – just log on to our GetSatisfaction online forum.Useful LinksABTA adviceMet OfficeFCO Travel AdviceLive map of ash movementReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more