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Eyjafjallajökull volcano causes travel chaos

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Ok slight panic. Two (vital) members of the syncro team are on holiday atm... We have a competition in 2 weeks, ones in Venice, one in France so they can get back for the competition but they might not be here for any training! nervous

Oh dear. Whatever will you do!?

Find out what happens in the next episode of....Tamlyn.
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Oh dear. Whatever will you do!?

Find out what happens in the next episode of....Tamlyn.
Thanks for that one...
And alright now, this is prying on my mind. I'm not claiming it to be as big a problem as world poverty but still it's an issue!
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The ash clouds are really causing troubles for the airlines Frown Thanks Iceland!
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The ash clouds are really causing troubles for the airlines Frown Thanks Iceland!
hug Thank Mother Nature, Iceland is just a puppet in this game of techtonic bingo!
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A Russian billionaire's $300 million, Philippe Starck-designed yacht makes waves


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303695604575181911796253780.html?mod=WSJ_hp_editorsPicks#project%3DSLIDESHOW08%26s%3DSB10001424052702304510004575186111286405430%26articleTabs%3Darticle
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Sickening...why do people spend money on things like that when there are so many people starving and dying in poverty in the world Frown
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Sickening...why do people spend money on things like that when there are so many people starving and dying in poverty in the world Frown

That's a good question, but perhaps not one that the yacht owner ever feels the need to ask himself.  However, for all we know, maybe he is a great philanthropist ....  on the other hand .... Rolling Eyes
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Looks like there's every possibility that ash cloud could sporadically lasts for weeks... what on earth will our airlines do if it does Think

I'm surprised BA shares are not taking a hit, this could lose the airlines so much money if it is a long term problem.
They are now.
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BA are reportedly losing £10million per day.
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BA are reportedly losing £10million per day.
  And what will happen if the larger volcano close by is triggered into action too. I believe it often follows with an eruption of its own? Hope it's cleared by September!
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  And what will happen if the larger volcano close by is triggered into action too. I believe it often follows with an eruption of its own? Hope it's cleared by September!

Good question Jan ... some family members  had planned to be away (US) at this time, now postponed till mid May - am wondering how all that will work out ....
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If this continues much longer, Airlines will start folding. SAS are planning to lay off 2,500 people on Monday - and that will just be the start. I would also expect to see shortages of some food and bread starting quite soon...

There are some great live pictures here.
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Yes - I was reading about the turmoil in the scheduling with planes plus crews stranded in parts of the world where they ought not to be.  A "spokesperson" was stating that the airline companies cannot afford to hire contract planes to go and collect the crew/s and that re-scheduling so many (mostly long haul) aircraft is an absolute nightmare. 
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Another govenment bail out on our hands?
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Where would they get the money from ^ ?  Thought we were pretty skint ?  Oh, wait - let me guess .... the good old British taxpayer ... Rolling Eyes
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