From the monthly archives: May 2013

The Copahue Volcano, on the border between Chile and the Argentine province of Neuquen is showing signs of an imminent eruption.  Seismicity has increased considerably and there are several smoke plumes visible.  The inhabitants of  Caviahue in Neuquen and several Chilean townships close to the volcano have been preventively evacuated and the situation is being […]

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Heathrow is now back to normal and the runway are both operational after the earlier emergency landing. As an after effect, there may still be a few delays experienced this afternoon.

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Heathrow- this morning expect extensive delays and cancellations. The northern runway has been closed due to a dramatic emergency landing by a BA Airbus, with an engine fire.

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On many Easyjet flights, they are running out of room in the cabin for hand luggage. On these occasions the larger luggage (bigger than 50x 40x 20 cm) will be placed in the hold. There will be no charge as long as the bag fits within the hand luggage regulations. US carriers on commuter service […]

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Lufthansa has reached a deal with trade union Verdi to prevent further industrial action.

The German airline had to cancel the majority of its flights on April 22 due to strikes by cabin crew and ground staff. There was also an earlier one-day stoppage by workers on March 21.

But the threat of further walkouts […]

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