The European aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued a Safety Information Bulletin (SIB) updating its earlier one (published in August 2014) on flight in airspace contaminated with volcanic ash. EASA said it had revised the earlier SIB because a majority of European states said that they would avoid unnecessary airspace closures, such as the one that closed much of European airspace for several days in April 2010 due to the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano. States said ...

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