Updates on airspace restrictions due to volcano eruption on Iceland

Air space finally reopened!

(updated 14.00 pm, Monday 26 April 2010)

After an extensive closure of the European air space due to ash cloud from volcano eruption on Iceland, the skies are once again reopening.

During this difficult time we have taken care of our stranded customers by rebooking them or arranging other transportation where possible.

We thank all our travelers and partners for good spirit and cooperation during this period!

(updated 10.00 am, Wednesday 21 April 2010)

The ash cloud that has been disturbing flight traffic in northern Europe finally seems to be moving away. Danish airspace opened tonight and the Finnish airspace will open from 11.00 am today. All flight traffic to and from Bromma airport and parts of the flight traffic to and from Arlanda airport in Stockholm will open up later today.

The overall picture regarding the ash cloud is still uncertain though. Volcanic eruptions on Iceland are ongoing and we will keep all our travelers informed about the situation.

If you have any questions regarding the disturbances, please don´t hesitate to contact us.