No-fly zone imposed over parts of Scotland, England

A no-fly zone will be imposed over parts of Scotland and England between 1200 GMT and 1800 GMT on Sunday due to volcanic ash from Iceland.

No-fly zone imposed over parts of Scotland, England

A no-fly zone will be imposed over parts of Scotland and England between 1200 GMT and 1800 GMT on Sunday due to volcanic ash from Iceland, but London airports will not be affected, the National Air Traffic Service said.

Manchester, Liverpool, Doncaster, Carlisle, Humberside and East Midlands airports fall within the no-fly zone, as do all airports in Northern Ireland, NATS said in a statement.

Airports in parts of Scotland and the Isle of Man will also be affected.

Reuters

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