Iceland has once again raised the aviation alert level from orange to red, its highest level. The warning code was raised after an overnight volcanic eruption near Dyngjujokull glacier, Iceland’s Ministry of Civil Protection said. Airspace up to 18,000 feet in the area has also been closed. Scientists said a 0.6 miles long fissure eruption started in the Holuhraun lava field after the midnight local time.
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A similar closure of airspace also occurred last Saturday when the meteorologists detected a small volcanic eruption under the Dyngjujökull glacier. The warning code was also raised to red. The airspace was reopened on Sunday, and the aviation alert code was downgraded to orange on Monday. Met officials warned earlier this week that the eruption threat could last months.
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After the latest fissure eruption, officials said that the radar system hasn’t yet detected any volcanic ash. A