Volcanic ash

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SCIENTISTS have warned that a huge volcano in Iceland is about to erupt - and the resulting ash cloud could dwarf the one that affected Manchester Airport and worldwide travel eight years ago.
Anchorage, Alaska, Shawwal 5, 1436, Jul 21, 2015, SPA -- An explosion Tuesday morning rocked Alaska's Cleveland Volcano but scientists have detected no ash cloud that could threaten jets crossing the Pacific Ocean, AP reported.
CANBERRA (CyHAN)- Indonesian volcanic ash cloud has forced the cancellation of all flights from Perth, Australia, to Bali on Monday.
AN AIRBUS plane has flown through the first-ever artificial ash cloud created in a bid to see how a passenger aircraft can cope with volcanic eruptions.
The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) issued an air traffic warning on Friday when it detected a drifting ash cloud following a eruption at Cleveland Volcano in Alaska's Aleutian Islands.
Designed by British scientist Dr Fred Prata, the system uses heat-detecting cameras, combined with satellite data and atmospheric modelling, to inform pilots where an ash cloud is and where it could be heading.
SIR Richard Branson's airline, Virgin Atlantic, soared into profit last year - despite disruption caused by the first Icelandic volcanic ash cloud crisis.
Summary: An ash cloud from a Chilean volcano has disrupted Australian flights as airlines cancelled all services.
Royal Jordanian (RJ) president/CEO Hussein Dabbas said that the airline is monitoring the movement of the ash cloud from the Nabro volcano, which erupted in the northeast African nation of Eritrea last Sunday.
Australia is in for round 2 of the menacing Chilean ash cloud.
"Saudia has resumed operation on this sector," said Saudia spokesman Abdullah Al-Azhar when asked about the ash cloud that clogged the skies last Sunday across several African countries, stranding hundreds of thousands of passengers in the Gulf countries.