Volcanic ash cloud and European travel – live blog
We have restarted the live blogging of disruption to European flights as a result of ash from the Icelandic volcano.
This was Tnooz’s live blogging of the extraordinary impact on the travel industry following the spread of the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud.
We had a live feed of updates from airlines and airports affected, as well as news from government authorities, weather services and coverage on the web.
The live blog ran from Thursday 15 to Tuesday 20 April 2010.
Additional content is available below the live blogging module.
Notes and other articles:
- Passengers are advised to contact their airline or airport before heading to departure points.
- For accurate and comprehensive flight information visit FlightStats.
- For the latest air traffic control information in Europe visit EuroControl.
- Live webcam from the Iceland volcano.
- Chart – traffic to airline websites soared on Ash Thursday [Tnooz]
- How social media came to the fore in the European ash crisis [Tnooz]
- Amadeus IPO still on track despite European volcano ash crisis [Tnooz]
- Travelport pleads for transatlantic emergency task force after ash cloud drama [Tnooz]
- In pictures: How air traffic returned to Europe [Tnooz]
- How some volcanic ash turned travel and data mashups into stars [Tnooz]
Kevin is senior editor and a co-founder at Tnooz. He was previously editor of UK-based magazine Travolution and web editor of Media Week UK from 2003 to 2005.
He has worked in regional newspapers (Essex Enquirer) and started his career at the Police Gazette at New Scotland Yard in London. He has a degree in criminology, a postgraduate diploma in magazine journalism and publishes his first book - a biography about Depeche Mode - in late-2016.