Several airports were closed Sunday morning in the west of Ireland and Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man, because the return of a cloud of volcanic ash, authoritiesannounced, quoted by AFP.
Airports in Sligo, Donegal and Knock, West of Ireland were closed on Sunday, said theIrish civil aviation. Dublin and Shannon Airports will remain open at least until 12:00GMT (15:00 GMT).
Airports in Belfast, Northern Ireland - Belfast International and Belfast Harbour - areclosed, as Ronaldsway airport on the Isle of Man, up from 12.00 GMT.
"A dense cloud of volcanic ash covers quickly and Northern Ireland Isle of Man. Therefore, airspace was closed to civil aviation authorities over a part of NorthernIreland", says NATS.
British Transport Ministry warned on Saturday that British airspace could be partiallyclosed from Sunday to Tuesday because of the presence of a cloud of ash emitted by the volcano, Iceland.
Volcano eruption in Iceland Eyjafjoll paralyzed air traffic in Europe for nearly a week in mid-April. More than 100,000 flights have been canceled and then over eight millionpassengers were stranded.