Aviation authorities in the UK are closely monitoring the fall out from a volcanic eruption in Iceland, where planes have been put on high alert.
UK's air traffic control organisation said that it will help determine what impact the eruption will have for operations in UK airspace, advising airline customers accordingly.
NATS is monitoring the situation and working in close collaboration with the Met Office, Department for Transport and our safety regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority, as this dynamic situation develops further.
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