Eurpoean flights take to the skies after being grounded.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010 - 9:16am

European airports came back to life as Iceland's volcanic ash plume eased and planes were able to take to the skies since last Wednesday's eruption from a volcano, NBC's Robert Bazell has the latest.

Icelandic seismologists say there has not been an increase in activity of the volcano in the past few days. In fact, it's quieted down from what it was over the weekend from an ash eruption to a lava eruption and now much less ash is coming up than before. There is seismic activity indicating there is a flow of magma or molten rock inside the volcano, but it seems to be mostly near the top of the volcano.

Comments News Comments

Post new Comment