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Ryanair bump prices up by 12% and cuts routes!

RYANAIR fares will soar by another 12 PER CENT this year - as it slashes routes in order to combat the sky-high oil price.

Boss Michael O'Leary boasted that his airline would cash in as more passengers compete for fewer seats.

Ryanair expects to run fewer services this winter for the first time in its history so it can save money on jet fuel.

Dozens of new aircraft being delivered by BOEING will simply be "parked up" until March next year.

Mr O'Leary said: "This will help get the fares up." He added "lead in" promotional fares would rise - but insisted: "Supply and demand is the real driver of this. Bookings are stronger because of all the austerity.

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Airlines suspend services through Scottish Airspace due to Ash cloud

A number of airlines are choosing not to fly through Scottish airspace on Tuesday:

  • British Airways is not operating any flights between London and Scotland until 1400 BST
  • KLM cancelled flights to and from Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Newcastle as well as flights from Durham Tees Valley Airport
  • EasyJet cancelled flights to and from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Aberdeen between 0500 and 1300 BST
  • Ryanair said it has been advised by the Irish Aviation Authority not to operate flights from Glasgow Prestwick, Edinburgh or Aberdeen until at least 1300 BST but believed that "there is no basis for these flight cancellations"
  • Flybe cancelled flights to and from Aberdeen and Inverness
  • BMI said flights to and from Aberdeen were subject to delay and passengers should check its website, but services in and out of Glasgow and Edinburgh were running normally
  • Glasgow-based Loganair has cancelled 36 flights. Only inter-island routes in Orkney are unaffected
  • Eastern Airways will not be operating any services in or out of Scottish airspace

Latest path of ash cloud

Since last year, the CAA has graded ash levels as low, medium or high, and airlines are notified if levels reach medium or high.

All British aircraft can fly in medium-density ash but the airlines need to consider whether to fly, according to risk assessments.

A CAA spokesman said the current cloud could "potentially" cause serious disruption as charts showed the ash density below 35,000ft had reached the highest level at more than 4,000 microgrammes per cubic metre.

But he said procedures were "totally different" compared with last year and although no airlines had applied to fly in high-denisty ash, some had apllied for, and been given, permission to fly in medium ash.

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Latest satellite image of Grímsvötn Ash Cloud

Satellite Image of latest Ash Cloud


Meteosat Second Generation (MSG)

latest ash cloud satellite image

Image of Ash Cloud taken 06:00am on 24th May 2011

Latest satellite image of ask cloud

Image taken on 23rd of May

MSG images are monitoring for the presence of volcanic ash emission in the vicinity of Iceland using infrared data from the Meteosat Second Generation (MSG) satellite. Because cloud particles and volcanic ash particles interact with the infrared radiation in different ways, data at several different wavelengths can be combined to identify the main ash plume, which, when present, would be shown as yellow and orange colours in the images. However, it should be noted that it is only the thicker parts of the plume that are able to be detected by this method. In addition, the ash plume is often masked by overlying high cloud and therefore might not appear in the satellite image.


New Ash Cloud Heads for Britain

Flights in Scotland have been cancelled by a regional airline as volcanic ash continues to head towards the UK.

Iceland Ask Cloud Image

Loganair, based at Glasgow airport, has cancelled 36 flights on Tuesday as the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) warns that disruption cannot be ruled out.

Analysts expect the ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano to reach Scotland and Northern Ireland by Monday evening.

The event comes a year after ash from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano spread across Europe, causing huge disruption.

'Better prepared'

Andrew Haines, chief executive of the CAA, said: "Our number one priority is to ensure the safety of people both onboard aircraft and on the ground.

"We can't rule out disruption, but the new arrangements that have been put in place since last year's ash cloud mean the aviation sector is better prepared and will help to reduce any disruption in the event that volcanic ash affects UK airspace."

A Loganair spokesman said Met Office forecasts indicated that a high density of ash would be present in large parts of Scottish airspace throughout Tuesday, clearing into Wednesday morning.

It has cancelled almost all flights on Tuesday and advised customers due to travel to contact them to rearrange flights. Only inter-island routes in Orkney are unaffected.

The UK's air traffic control service, Nats, said volcanic ash was forecast to affect parts of Scotland between 1800 BST and midnight on Monday.

Services may be affected from Barra, Benbecula and Tiree.

The Met Office, which runs Europe's Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre, earlier said there was a possibility of ash moving across the UK towards the end of the week.

But a spokesman said the weather was much more changeable than at the time of last year's eruption and there was a lot more uncertainty.

The CAA said ash levels would be graded as low, medium or high, and airlines would be notified if levels reached medium or high.

Airlines would then consider whether to fly, according to risk assessments already carried out, the CAA added.

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Discovery Cove and SeaWorld Parks – Plus 2012 Prices Now Available

Discovery cove Orlando - swim with dolphinesIt has to be said that Disney and Universal are probably most people first thoughts when they think of Florida. However one of the most amazing parks and probably one of the most unique experiences has to be Discovery Cove.

No crowds. No turnstiles. Imagine a place where you and your family can touch and swim with dolphins, wade with mysterious rays, snorkel among thousands of exotic fish, hand-feed tropical birds in a free-flight aviary and relax on pristine beaches. Discover an all-inclusive day resort experience that’s one of a kind.

Dolphin Swim Day Resort Package includes:

  • A reserved 30-minute dolphin interaction
  • Snorkeling with thousands of tropical fish and rays
  • Hand feeding exotic birds in a free-flight aviary
  • Relaxing on pristine beaches
  • Floating along our scenic Wind-Away River
  • Breakfast, freshly prepared lunch and unlimited snacks, drinks and select alcoholic beverages
  • Lockers, sunscreen, snorkel gear, changing facilities
  • All day self parking at Discovery Cove
  • Unlimited admission to your choice of SeaWorld Orlando,Aquatica or Busch Gardens Tampa Bay during your vacation. Or upgrade to the Ultimate Day Resort package and receive unlimited access to all three parks Seaworld Orlando,Aquatica, and Busch Gardens Tampa **

This amazing park is restricted to 1000 visitors per days. You can book you place now via our parent site - click here for for some of the latest rates. Dolphin Swim Prices

Plus just announced - 2012 Dolphin Swim Prices

You need to book early as places are limited.

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