Volcanic ash forces flight cancellations

Thousands of passengers impacted in northern Europe

Thousands of passengers in northern Europe have been left in limbo after 500 flights were cancelled due to drifting ash from a volcano in Iceland, which is now being monitored, the BBC reports. Several airports are affected, including Londonderry, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Carlisle. The ash cloud is expected to continue affecting flights from some airports in Scotland and England into Wednesday.

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