Spain: lava flows at La Palma after the eruption of an
Volcano Spain-Volcano: Spain: lava flows at La Palma after the eruption of an Volcano © Reuters / Forta Spain: Lava lava flows after the eruption of an volcano by Borja Suarez La Palma, Spain (Reuters) - a volcano is eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma, the Canary Islands, sending a plume of Smoke and ash in the air and lava jets towards dwellings located in two villages.
Spain-Volcano: The Palma Airport has reopened, the flights still canceled because of the Volcano © Reuters / Nacho Doce Airport of La Palma has reopened, flights still canceled because of the Volcano
La Palma, Spain (Reuters) - The Spanish Island Airport of La Palma has reopened Sunday but flights are still canceled due to the jets of lava And from the sprocket smoke column by the Cumbre Vieja volcano erupting a week ago.
of the molten lava continues to flow from the flanks of the volcano, threatening to engulf from new buildings on the island of the Canaries archipelago, which has 83,000 inhabitants.
The Palma Airport operator, Aena, said it was again operational after cleaning the covered tracks of ash.
people on La Palma rescue what to save is
on the Volcanic Island La Palma buries the around the 1000 degrees hot lava on their way to the sea a house after another. © Equipo I Love The World / Europe Press / DPA A lava stream destroys many houses on the island of La Palma. The affected residents also tried on Wednesday further desperate to save the most important parts of their house council, as the state TV channel RTVE reported.
Video: Flights canceled, a first, one week after the rash of the Palma (Dailymotion)
But the Binter Regional Company, which ensures the links with the other islands of the archipelago and the continent, said she annulled all her flights this Sunday due to the cloud of ash escaping from the volcano, entered Friday in an explosive phase.
"The suspension of the flights will continue until the conditions are improving and allowing to steal safely," she said in a statement.
The eruption of the volcano, whose cone collapsed this weekend, provoked the destruction of hundreds of houses and forced to evacuate some 6,000 people.
many people, including tourists, seek to flee the island by maritime, creating long queues on the port. Ferry Fred Olsen Express said Sunday it would add a rotation between the Palma and Tenerife from Monday to Wednesday.
(Guillermo Martinez, Jon Nazca, Nacho Doce and Marco Trujillo, French version Tangi Salaün)
The volcano on La Palma remains active .
of the cone of the volcano on the Canary Island La Palma is partially collapsed and the lava power towards the sea has reinforced. The more than 1000 degrees hot rock flows but on the same way downhill as before, the state Spanish TV channel RTVE reported on Monday. © Daniel Roca / AP / DPA The volcano on the Canary Island La Palma. The Lava has traveled more than 1000 buildings, of which 880 residential houses. Further evacuations should not first have become necessary.