Friday Jun 7
Pavlof Eruption Strands Some Peninsula Travelers
PenAir isn't taking any chances, though. To avoid all contact with volcanic ash, the airline cancelled its flights to Cold Bay on Wednesday and Thursday.
Anchorage Daily News
Molly Rettig: When volcanoes awaken, scientists get busy
"This morning the seismic tremor was down just a little bit from yesterday. We're hoping it calms down before too long, but it might last for awhile." Jeffrey Freymueller was on the phone last week with the electric utility in Cold Bay, a community about 40 miles from the Pavlof Volcano, which had been erupting for more than a week.
Alaska's Pavlof volcano produced the most explosive blast in its current eruptive phase, sending ash soaring 15,000 feet into the air.
Alaska Air says volcanic activity not disrupting flights
Alaska Airlines says that few of its flights have been affected by the release of ashes from two volcanoes.
Volcano's eruptions continue - Mon, 20 May 2013 PST
Alaska's Pavlof volcano sent ash and steam skyward Sunday but not enough to raise the aviation threat for international air carriers.