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Also, I struggle to see how the first video is in time lapse. I see the clock in the corner counting
reviewed on a 55 inch HD screen I was able to see clearly that the craft was directly over the volcano and was in fact disrupting the ash cloud as it flew thru. It wasnt closer in or further away from the volcano
“Aircraft flying under VFR (Visual Flying Rules) are not restricted,” he said. Only aircraft flying under IFR (Instrument Flying Rules) within the controlled airspace are grounded due to the Icelandic Volcano event. As a result it can be expected that scenic helicopter flights and heliski operations in Northern Sweden, though dependant on the weather, will proceed as usual.
According to Mr Juhlin, Kallax Flug’s chief technician Jimmy Lindqvist spoke yesterday with Eurocopter the manufacturer of Kallax Flug’s aircraft and advised that “there is no risk of engine failure due to the volcanic ash” to VFR aircraftin this area (Norrbotten).
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Ambiguous lights travelling in straight lines = could be anything that travels in a straight line that has a light. Could be helicopters, planes, or even distant cars on a mountainside at night where we don't see the mountain due the darkness.