In the event of an eruption and the subsequent development of an ash cloud, EASA is committed to collaborating with various aviation stakeholders to assess the impact on aviation and provide recommendations accordingly. This proactive approach is in response to the significant disruptions experienced in air operations following the 2010 eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland.
For detailed information on the 2010 eruption and the subsequent actions taken, you are encouraged to visit the EASA webpage: EASA monitoring situation regarding possible eruption of Icelandic volcano Fagradalsfjall | EASA (europa.eu)
This page will be regularly updated to provide the latest information in the context of the current situation.
Additionally, Safety Information Bulletin 2010-17R7, last updated in 2015, contains relevant general information on this topic.
We appreciate your attention to this matter and advise staying informed, by regularly checking the EASA and ACAA webpage for updates. The collaborative efforts of the aviation sector are vital to ensuring the safety of air operations while minimizing disruptions.