Cleveland Volcano Low-Level Eruption Sparks Fears — Flights Redirected

The Cleveland Volcano in Alaska has a history of being one of the world’s most eruptive volcanoes. While the last really significant eruption was in 2001, low-level eruptions have been recorded regularly since, including two in 2010. Now, scientists are issuing warnings that a new major eruption could be on the horizon. The volcano is currently having a continuous low-level eruption. Flights have been redirected just in case there is an incident reminiscent of the Iceland eruption a few years ago that caused major transportation problems.