Since last week, European airports have experienced shutdowns due to danger in the skies -- a large plume of volcanic ash from an eruption under a glacier in the Eyjafjallajoekull area of Iceland. Things are now beginning to get back to normal after U.K. airspace reopened earlier this week, but there are still a number of flight delays and disruptions due to the ash.
Bookmark this page and check back often for the latest information on ash-related travel disruptions -- and the impact on cruises.
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Volcano Ash Cloud: Cruise Travel Updates
April 23, 2010