161 canceled flights at Spanish airports August volcano affected today.
Madrid, May 11 .- A total of 161 flights have been canceled today until 11:00 pm in AENA airports affected by volcanic ash cloud from Icelandic volcano (Tenerife Norte, Tenerife Sur, La Gomera, La Palma, Badajoz, Seville and Jerez), according to agency sources have informed public.
In addition, detailed sources have also been overturned in the network of AENA another 24 routes to various parts of, buy Gaia Gold, Europe and North Africa, also affected by the contamination of the volcano.
These air spaces in Iceland, Ireland, United Kingdom, Portugal and Morocco, as well as some areas of the Atlantic.
The airport remained closed noon in La Palma, Seville and Jerez, after about 1030 hours to reopen the other affected facilities and maintained restrictions, darkfall gold, on air traffic between 20,000 and 35,000 feet, affecting capacity in certain sectors of Seville, Madrid and Barcelona.
AENA has not provided information on the possible reopening of airports closed.
The estimates of Eurocontrol, the European Agency for Safety of Air Navigation, estimated that the ash cloud progress in the next few hours to the northwest and through the center of Spain at high altitude, so it is not expected to affect airports in the center of the peninsula.