TO RUN ON TUESDAY SAID EUROCONTROL
But the plans to reopen all European airports should be in doubt. A new cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano is expected to arrive Tuesday, and the U.K., in particular, is expecting further disruption. The Iceland's volcano erupted late Wednesday, spewing a cloud of fine but potentially dangerous dust high into the atmosphere and forcing air-traffic controllers to shut down swaths of airspace across most of northern and central Europe. Airlines and tour operators continued to estimate the financial impact of the chaos, as a result of lost revenue and the costs of passenger disruption. Manufacturing also is feeling the squeeze from blocked global trade routes. The disruption has left more than eight million passengers dislocated and cost airlines at least $1 billion dollars.
The volcanic ash still covers the sky in much of Europe, therefore the dangers and lack of security on flights still going on; however airlines only think in their economic losses and they are willing to allow the flights; they do not know that nature is being controlled by the Supreme Lord.
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