Binter suspends flights with La Palma due to the ash cloud

The ash cloud of the La Palma volcano is 3,000 meters high.
Miguel Calero | Efe

Binter reports that the latest evolution of the ash cloud, coming from the volcanic eruption, has forced the temporary stoppage of the flights that the company had planned for the last hours of today, Monday, November 1 with La Palma.

The airline has been forced to make this decision due to force majeure, since in the last hours the suspended ash situation has worsened considerably.

The stoppage of operations will continue until conditions improve and allow flying, guaranteeing safety..

On the other hand, the company is responding through the usual channels to requests for changes or refunds that may be received from affected passengers on these flights.

The airline is following the evolution of the situation at all times in contact with the aeronautical authorities, waiting to have confirmation that all security conditions are met to resume normal operations.

Due to the exceptional and unprecedented situation that is being lived, Binter will inform of any news or change that may occur, through its usual channels. In addition, the company recommends that before flying, the updated status of the flight is checked in the official Binter media.


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