800 People Evacuated as Iceland Volcano Erupts 2nd Time

Conspirator
User avatar
Posts: 8598
Joined: Fri Jun 12, 2009 3:28 am

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 2:03 pm » by Kris75


In this satellite picture you can see the cloud of volcanic ash between Iceland and Scotland. The picture was taken at eight o'clock in the morning. (Click for larger image)

link to the picture
http://gfx.aftonbladet-cdn.se/multimedi ... 78822w.jpg

and heres a article from swedish news papper

Volcanic eruptions in Iceland creates chaos in air traffic

The Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock tonight, says Swedish aviation authorities.

Volcano eruption at Eyjafjallajökull glacier in Iceland creates chaos in the international air traffic. Ash cloud from volcanic eruption on extending south and can cause obstruction of the plan's engines.

Earlier in the day, elements of the Swedish and German airspace, and all the Danish, Belgian Norwegian, Dutch, British, Irish airspace shut down.

At 11 o'clock on Thursday was already a large part of Sweden's airspace closed to air traffic.

Sweden's airspace is closed to
At the same message Swedavia state, which owns the largest airports (excluding Skavsta), it was only a matter of time before the entire Swedish airspace is closed for air traffic.

- The question is not if but when. It will happen bit by bit during the afternoon, "says Susanne Rundström, Information on Swedavia.

Shortly after 13 o'clock announced Swedish aviation authorities to the Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock in the evening.

According to Jan Lindqvist, Civil Aviation Administration of Communications at Arlanda, ashcloud expected to come to Heathrow at 21-22-time tonight, writes TT.

According gp.se Landvetter airport closes at 14 today.

All flights from England, Denmark and northern Europe stopped
Traffic across Europe have suffered from severe disturbances:

Ryanair was the first to set all flights to and from Sweden from 11.30 today.

Britain closed its airspace for the outgoing and incoming flights at 12 today, according to Sky News.

Ireland was quick to comply with the following, reported AFP, and from the clock 14 closes air traffic even over Belgium, the Netherlands and parts of Germany, reports Spiegel-Online.

The evening closes its airspace Denmark, writes TT.

Norway had suspended all air already this morning.

Can last for several days
The cause of the emergency stops in traffic, the Icelandic volcanic ash that spread south with the winds.

Ash cloud can cause a breakdown in contact with the aircraft engines.

The volcano continues to spit out the ash and aircraft authorities in Europe do not know how long the traffic must be stopped, said Paul Haskins, traffic officer, told Sky News.

Philip Avery from the UK Met Office Weather Service says the BBC that it may take several days before operations are started again.

- It seems that the wind will pull ash cloud a good bit further south, "said Avery.



IT GET ME WONDRING ,WHAT IF OTHER VOLCANOS WOUD WAKE UPP,OMG WHAT WOUD HAPPEN THEN ??? :nails: :nails: :nails:
Last edited by Kris75 on Thu Apr 15, 2010 2:19 pm, edited 2 times in total.

Initiate
User avatar
Posts: 775
Joined: Sun Mar 22, 2009 6:25 pm

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 2:08 pm » by Mayafan


the airport in the netherlands closes to at 1400 our

mmmm things are heating up :nails: :headscratch:

Conspirator
User avatar
Posts: 8598
Joined: Fri Jun 12, 2009 3:28 am

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 3:53 pm » by Kris75


kris75 wrote:In this satellite picture you can see the cloud of volcanic ash between Iceland and Scotland. The picture was taken at eight o'clock in the morning. (Click for larger image)

link to the picture
http://gfx.aftonbladet-cdn.se/multimedi ... 78822w.jpg

and heres a article from swedish news papper

Volcanic eruptions in Iceland creates chaos in air traffic

The Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock tonight, says Swedish aviation authorities.

Volcano eruption at Eyjafjallajökull glacier in Iceland creates chaos in the international air traffic. Ash cloud from volcanic eruption on extending south and can cause obstruction of the plan's engines.

Earlier in the day, elements of the Swedish and German airspace, and all the Danish, Belgian Norwegian, Dutch, British, Irish airspace shut down.

At 11 o'clock on Thursday was already a large part of Sweden's airspace closed to air traffic.

Sweden's airspace is closed to
At the same message Swedavia state, which owns the largest airports (excluding Skavsta), it was only a matter of time before the entire Swedish airspace is closed for air traffic.

- The question is not if but when. It will happen bit by bit during the afternoon, "says Susanne Rundström, Information on Swedavia.

Shortly after 13 o'clock announced Swedish aviation authorities to the Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock in the evening.

According to Jan Lindqvist, Civil Aviation Administration of Communications at Arlanda, ashcloud expected to come to Heathrow at 21-22-time tonight, writes TT.

According gp.se Landvetter airport closes at 14 today.

All flights from England, Denmark and northern Europe stopped
Traffic across Europe have suffered from severe disturbances:

Ryanair was the first to set all flights to and from Sweden from 11.30 today.

Britain closed its airspace for the outgoing and incoming flights at 12 today, according to Sky News.

Ireland was quick to comply with the following, reported AFP, and from the clock 14 closes air traffic even over Belgium, the Netherlands and parts of Germany, reports Spiegel-Online.

The evening closes its airspace Denmark, writes TT.

Norway had suspended all air already this morning.

Can last for several days
The cause of the emergency stops in traffic, the Icelandic volcanic ash that spread south with the winds.

Ash cloud can cause a breakdown in contact with the aircraft engines.

The volcano continues to spit out the ash and aircraft authorities in Europe do not know how long the traffic must be stopped, said Paul Haskins, traffic officer, told Sky News.

Philip Avery from the UK Met Office Weather Service says the BBC that it may take several days before operations are started again.

- It seems that the wind will pull ash cloud a good bit further south, "said Avery.



IT GET ME WONDRING ,WHAT IF OTHER VOLCANOS WOUD WAKE UPP,OMG WHAT WOUD HAPPEN THEN ??? :nails: :nails: :nails:



During the day, the air traffic suspended in the following countries:

UK

Belgium

Ireland

Netherlands

Norway

Parts of Germany and Sweden.

Northern Finland.

Restrictions on air traffic also occurs in France and Russia, writes TT

:peep: :peep: :peep: :nails: :nails: :nails:

Conspirator
User avatar
Posts: 2040
Joined: Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:31 pm

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 3:56 pm » by Nickelson


kris75 wrote:
kris75 wrote:In this satellite picture you can see the cloud of volcanic ash between Iceland and Scotland. The picture was taken at eight o'clock in the morning. (Click for larger image)

link to the picture
http://gfx.aftonbladet-cdn.se/multimedi ... 78822w.jpg

and heres a article from swedish news papper

Volcanic eruptions in Iceland creates chaos in air traffic

The Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock tonight, says Swedish aviation authorities.

Volcano eruption at Eyjafjallajökull glacier in Iceland creates chaos in the international air traffic. Ash cloud from volcanic eruption on extending south and can cause obstruction of the plan's engines.

Earlier in the day, elements of the Swedish and German airspace, and all the Danish, Belgian Norwegian, Dutch, British, Irish airspace shut down.

At 11 o'clock on Thursday was already a large part of Sweden's airspace closed to air traffic.

Sweden's airspace is closed to
At the same message Swedavia state, which owns the largest airports (excluding Skavsta), it was only a matter of time before the entire Swedish airspace is closed for air traffic.

- The question is not if but when. It will happen bit by bit during the afternoon, "says Susanne Rundström, Information on Swedavia.

Shortly after 13 o'clock announced Swedish aviation authorities to the Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock in the evening.

According to Jan Lindqvist, Civil Aviation Administration of Communications at Arlanda, ashcloud expected to come to Heathrow at 21-22-time tonight, writes TT.

According gp.se Landvetter airport closes at 14 today.

All flights from England, Denmark and northern Europe stopped
Traffic across Europe have suffered from severe disturbances:

Ryanair was the first to set all flights to and from Sweden from 11.30 today.

Britain closed its airspace for the outgoing and incoming flights at 12 today, according to Sky News.

Ireland was quick to comply with the following, reported AFP, and from the clock 14 closes air traffic even over Belgium, the Netherlands and parts of Germany, reports Spiegel-Online.

The evening closes its airspace Denmark, writes TT.

Norway had suspended all air already this morning.

Can last for several days
The cause of the emergency stops in traffic, the Icelandic volcanic ash that spread south with the winds.

Ash cloud can cause a breakdown in contact with the aircraft engines.

The volcano continues to spit out the ash and aircraft authorities in Europe do not know how long the traffic must be stopped, said Paul Haskins, traffic officer, told Sky News.

Philip Avery from the UK Met Office Weather Service says the BBC that it may take several days before operations are started again.

- It seems that the wind will pull ash cloud a good bit further south, "said Avery.



IT GET ME WONDRING ,WHAT IF OTHER VOLCANOS WOUD WAKE UPP,OMG WHAT WOUD HAPPEN THEN ??? :nails: :nails: :nails:



During the day, the air traffic suspended in the following countries:

UK

Belgium

Ireland

Netherlands

Norway

Parts of Germany and Sweden.

Northern Finland.

Restrictions on air traffic also occurs in France and Russia, writes TT

:peep: :peep: :peep: :nails: :nails: :nails:


Great no chemtrails for the next couple of day. Now an eruption of Yellowstone and we're safe for a long long time from those damn planes.
:peep:

Conspirator
User avatar
Posts: 8598
Joined: Fri Jun 12, 2009 3:28 am

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 4:05 pm » by Kris75


nickelson wrote:
kris75 wrote:
kris75 wrote:In this satellite picture you can see the cloud of volcanic ash between Iceland and Scotland. The picture was taken at eight o'clock in the morning. (Click for larger image)

link to the picture
http://gfx.aftonbladet-cdn.se/multimedi ... 78822w.jpg

and heres a article from swedish news papper

Volcanic eruptions in Iceland creates chaos in air traffic

The Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock tonight, says Swedish aviation authorities.

Volcano eruption at Eyjafjallajökull glacier in Iceland creates chaos in the international air traffic. Ash cloud from volcanic eruption on extending south and can cause obstruction of the plan's engines.

Earlier in the day, elements of the Swedish and German airspace, and all the Danish, Belgian Norwegian, Dutch, British, Irish airspace shut down.

At 11 o'clock on Thursday was already a large part of Sweden's airspace closed to air traffic.

Sweden's airspace is closed to
At the same message Swedavia state, which owns the largest airports (excluding Skavsta), it was only a matter of time before the entire Swedish airspace is closed for air traffic.

- The question is not if but when. It will happen bit by bit during the afternoon, "says Susanne Rundström, Information on Swedavia.

Shortly after 13 o'clock announced Swedish aviation authorities to the Swedish airspace is closed completely from 22 o'clock in the evening.

According to Jan Lindqvist, Civil Aviation Administration of Communications at Arlanda, ashcloud expected to come to Heathrow at 21-22-time tonight, writes TT.

According gp.se Landvetter airport closes at 14 today.

All flights from England, Denmark and northern Europe stopped
Traffic across Europe have suffered from severe disturbances:

Ryanair was the first to set all flights to and from Sweden from 11.30 today.

Britain closed its airspace for the outgoing and incoming flights at 12 today, according to Sky News.

Ireland was quick to comply with the following, reported AFP, and from the clock 14 closes air traffic even over Belgium, the Netherlands and parts of Germany, reports Spiegel-Online.

The evening closes its airspace Denmark, writes TT.

Norway had suspended all air already this morning.

Can last for several days
The cause of the emergency stops in traffic, the Icelandic volcanic ash that spread south with the winds.

Ash cloud can cause a breakdown in contact with the aircraft engines.

The volcano continues to spit out the ash and aircraft authorities in Europe do not know how long the traffic must be stopped, said Paul Haskins, traffic officer, told Sky News.

Philip Avery from the UK Met Office Weather Service says the BBC that it may take several days before operations are started again.

- It seems that the wind will pull ash cloud a good bit further south, "said Avery.



IT GET ME WONDRING ,WHAT IF OTHER VOLCANOS WOUD WAKE UPP,OMG WHAT WOUD HAPPEN THEN ??? :nails: :nails: :nails:



During the day, the air traffic suspended in the following countries:

UK

Belgium

Ireland

Netherlands

Norway

Parts of Germany and Sweden.

Northern Finland.

Restrictions on air traffic also occurs in France and Russia, writes TT

:peep: :peep: :peep: :nails: :nails: :nails:


Great no chemtrails for the next couple of day. Now an eruption of Yellowstone and we're safe for a long long time from those damn planes.
:peep:



:flop: :flop: :mrgreen: :peep:

Conspirator
User avatar
Posts: 8598
Joined: Fri Jun 12, 2009 3:28 am

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 5:16 pm » by Kris75


AIR SPACES CLOSED
Belgium
Full closure from 4.30 p.m. CET
Britain
12 p.m Thursday to 7 a.m. BST Friday
Denmark
From 6 p.m. CET
Ireland
From 12 p.m. BST
Finland
"Heavily restricted"
Netherlands
From 7 p.m. CET
Norway
Sweden
From 10 p.m CET

:peep: :peep: :peep:

Image
The eruption in Iceland on Wednesday sent ash kilometres into the air. Satellite images show the cloud as brownish-black as ice particles mingle with ash.

Image

Image
By 1800GMT, the whole of the UK is expected to be affected and the Air Traffic Control Service (Nats) has banned flights from UK airspace.

Image
Meteorologists say that as the cloud spreads it will dissipate and lose intensity - but as the eruption continues, so does the ash cloud.

Image
The situation is not expected to improve overnight as the ash cloud spreads. It is unclear when flights will be allowed to resume.
Last edited by Kris75 on Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:26 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Initiate
User avatar
Posts: 775
Joined: Sun Mar 22, 2009 6:25 pm

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 5:23 pm » by Mayafan


getting cloudy right now in amsterdam

Conspirator
User avatar
Posts: 8598
Joined: Fri Jun 12, 2009 3:28 am

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 5:29 pm » by Kris75


mayafan wrote:getting cloudy right now in amsterdam



same here in stockholm,very cloudy :mrgreen: ;)

Writer
Posts: 13
Joined: Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:12 am

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 6:18 pm » by Crustie


Been quite cloudy and grey all day here in N/E England, (Newcastle on Tyne area) local time at writing 17.15,
Nothing special, if we didn't know about the ash cloud you would think it was just another dull grey day
MY GOD!!! it's full of stars.

Conspirator
User avatar
Posts: 1036
Joined: Sat Mar 14, 2009 4:54 pm

PostThu Apr 15, 2010 6:40 pm » by Ogmios


This cloud is invisible to the naked eye as it is so high in the air according to the news. I was wandering around mountains in Argyle, western Scotland, today and the weather was beautiful so - to the person in Stockholm - I reckon it's just a shitty day over there.

I was listening to the radio on the way home and it seems the airlines don't know how to get everyone home. The planes might not be able to fly tomorrow either and people are stranded abroad. Also, all the planes are in the wrong places and it's causing panic. Personally, I like to think God is screwing Brittish Airways for treating their workers like shite.
"God is a concept by which we measure our pain"
John Lennon


PreviousNext

  • Related topics
    Replies
    Views
    Last post
Visit Disclose.tv on Facebook