Another week of flight chaos is heading the UK's way after that annoying ash cloud from Iceland has once more closed the skies over parts of Britain.
A no-fly zone has been imposed on parts of Britain by air traffic chiefs above parts of Northern Ireland until at least 1 pm today after the “high density” cloud approached the province from the north west.
Flights to and from Belfast International and Belfast City airports, and Ronaldsway airport on the Isle of Man have been cancelled until at least 1pm, with more possible airport closures expected on Monday.
The ash could close some of the busiest airports in southeast England until Tuesday, the transport department warned yesterday. At greatest risk today are Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Live flight information for Salou Reus Airport