Air traffic disruptions in Europe getting worse

The nasty cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland is spreading over more of northern Europe today, disrupting even more air traffic. The ash cloud is floating east at roughly 20,000 to 36,000 feet, in precisely the wrong place for aircraft, which can suck the grit into engines and shut them down. Needless to say, anyone traveling to or from northern Europe should be glad air traffic, except for emergencies, has been halted. Read more here ...