Kelud Erupted: Seven Airports in Java Were Closed

Due to the eruption of Mount Kelud in Kediri, East Java, on Thursday (13/2/2014), the seven airports in Java must be closed because the passage off the plane covered by volcanic ash. Aircraft engines are also feared to be damaged if turned on in the middle gray clumps. The airports are Juanda International Airport (Surabaya), Adi Sumarmo (Solo), Ahmad Yani (Semarang), Adi Sutjipto (Yogyakarta), Tunggul Wulung (Cilacap), Abdurrahman Saleh (Malang), and Husein Sastranegara Airport (Bandung). Volcanic ash is thickest conditions at Juanda international airport because it is closest to the…

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The Impact of The Kelud Eruption, 288 Flights Cancelled

The impact of the eruption of Kelud on Thursday (13/2/2014) night, a total of 281 flights to and from the 5 airports in Java were cancelled. The airline’s service users on request to select a landline because until now uncertain when flights will be operating again. Juanda international airport, Surabaya suffered a number of flight cancellation the greatest, 166 flights. Adi Sutjipto airport, Yogyakarta becomes the second most abundant with 55 flight. Semarang Ahmad Yani airport, having 33 cancellations. Meanwhile, the airport Adi Sumarmo, Solo, canceled 14 flights. Abdurrahman Saleh…

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The Eruption of Kelud Same As Merapi

The eruption of Mount Kelud in Kediri, East Java, rated as great as the eruptions that occurred on Mount Merapi, Yogyakarta, in 2010. However, the eruption of Mount Kelud volcano with different active for one month continuously ejects material. It delivered by Surono, the Head of Geological Agency in the office of the Presidency, Friday (2/14/2014). “Last night, it was 10:50 PM to as high as 17 kilometers, equal to Merapi on 5 November 2010,” said Surono. Materials issued reached 100 to 200 million cubic meters. While the Merapi Volcano…

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