Possible volcanic eruption in Iceland

After 2 regional earthquakes, the Icelandic Meteorological Office is monitoring the country's largest volcano, Katla, for signs of a possible eruption. This volcano last erupted in 1918 and usually erupts approximately every 50 years.

Advice For Travellers

Travellers should be aware that a major volcanic eruption may disrupt air travel due to volcanic ash in the atmosphere. Alternate travel arrangements may be necessary.

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