La Palma volcano LIVE: Flights GROUNDED for two days running as ash cloud risks holidays


This was the second day that flights were scrapped, on Saturday only four of the scheduled 34 flights took off.

The volcano has so far destroyed over 1,000 buildings and covers over 700 hectares of land.

This is the third volcanic eruption on La Palma in a century, the last eruption was in 1971 and killed one man, who died from inhaling toxic fumes from the volcano.

Experts have warned that the volcano is showing no signs of abating.

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