easyJet said it is putting its contingency plans into action following a volcanic eruption in Iceland.
"As things stand there are no changes to easyJet's flying programme, including flights to and from Iceland," a spokesperson for the airline said.
The budget airline said it is using specialist technology to ensure any ash created by the eruption is detected and chartered.
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