Latest forecasts for the location and movements of the Grimsvotn, Iceland volcano ash cloud. Maps are from the London Office of the Volcanic Ash Advisory Council (VAAC). Updates are provided every 6 hours.
Update May 29: The ash cloud has cleared and the VAAC has stopped issuing advisories for the time being.
Sunday May 29, 06:00 GMT (07:00 BST)
Sunday May 29, 12:00 GMT (13:00 BST)
Sunday May 29, 18:00 GMT (19:00 BST)
Monday May 30, 00:00 GMT (01:00 BST)
SFC/FL200 – Ash plume between the surface and 20,000 feet.
FL200/FL350 – Ash plume between 20,000 feet and 35,000 feet.
FL350/FL550 – Ash plume between 35,000 feet and 55,000 feet.
Images: British crown copyright 2011, The Met Office.
Friday May 27, 12:00 UTC/GMT (13:00 BST)
Saturday May 28, 12:00 UTC/GMT (13:00 BST)
Sunday May 29, 12:00 UTC/GMT (13:00 BST)
Monday May 30, 12:00 UTC/GMT (13:00 BST)
Tuesday May 31, 12:00 UTC/GMT (13:00 BST)
Wednesday June 1, 12:00 UTC/GMT (13:00 BST)
According to Eurocontrol, no airspace is currently closed, and the ash cloud is expected to have little or no impact on European air traffic over the coming 48 hrs.
Iceland airspace remains open. Most flights in UK airspace have resumed.
Some flights in parts of Northern Europe have been cancelled: Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany. Check out the British Foreign office list for information flights departing or arriving the UK.
May 24: Latest details from the UK Foreign Office shows fights to and from Scotland, Northern England and Norway on these carriers are affected: British Airways, KLM, Loganair, Eastern Airways, EasyJet, Flybe, Ryanair and BMI.
Major airports affected: Aberdeen, Bergen, Newcastle, Stavanger, Glasgow, Inverness, Prestwick.