Airports in Spain have now re-opened after several were were forced to suspend flights yesterday due to the cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland.


The Spanish national airport authority Aena said all flights in its network were operational, apart from Valencia which will open later today.


Flights to and from Tenerife, La Gomera and La Palma in the Canary Islands, as well as Seville, Jerez and Badajoz on mainland Spain were suspended early yesterday morning.


Holidaymakers travelling to Madeira, Portugal and parts of France also faced delays and cancellations.


There are currently no restrictions over UK airspace.