Volcano Eruption Near Airport in Iceland Sparks Fears of Air Travel Disruptions
A volcano eruption is creating mesmerizing scenes in Iceland, while also causing concern. Fagradalsfjall is just 20 miles from the capital of Reykjavik. It’s also close enough to an international airport to spark worries that it could disrupt air travel in and out of Iceland, if not other countries in Europe. Back in 2010, another volcano in Iceland erupted which resulted in the cancellation of 100 thousand flights across the continent. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.