Scientists say a small volcanic eruption in Iceland is currently showing no signs that it could affect air travel in Europe.
Several tremors at the Bardabunga volcano over the past two weeks have prompted fears of a repeat of 2010 when the majority of airspace across Europe was closed for six days.
Iceland's meteorological office raised its alert warning to red, the highest level, as they continue to monitor the volcanic system.
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