Newfoundland flights are back to normal

Fears over the ash cloud reaching Canada's east coast dissipate

Despite earlier worries the ash cloud that grounded European flights would reach Canada’s east coast, Air Canada has resumed its service in and out of Newfoundland. The airline said operations could still be affected and transport officials are still monitoring weather patterns but, so far at least, travel out of Newfoundland be back to normal. Flights to Europe, on the other hand, are still vulnerable to disruptions. Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon has had to cancel a planned to trip to Russia, Croatia and Finland because of the volcanic eruption, though he hasn’t yet ruled out making his way to a NATO ministerial Meeting in Estonia.

Vancouver Sun

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