Another Eyjafjallajokull? Airlines on alert as Iceland's largest volcano threatens to erupt and create chaos for air travellers
An intense earthquake swarm below the surface of a volcano in Iceland is raising fears that it could erupt and wreak havoc on air travel in Europe.
In its latest advisory, the Icelandic Meteorological Office bumped its aviation alert level to orange – the second highest level on its five-colour scale – and acknowledged that the risk of an eruption has increased.
Seismic activity is still occurring at the Bardarbunga volcano, although there are no signs of magma moving to the surface as of today.
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