Skies above Hawaii still safe for planes after volcano spews ash

Written by on May 19, 2018

Airlines and aviation officials are keeping a close watch on the skies above Hawaii after the Kilauea volcano spewed ash 30,000 feet into the air this morning. There are temporary flight restrictions in place, but so far it doesn’t pose much of a risk to planes. United Continental Holdings Inc. says flights are operating normally and local officials say the major airports are as well. Bloomberg

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