Kamchatka is a code red aviation hazard due to volcano
The Bezymianny volcano on Kamchatka threw a column of ash height of more than 9 km, reports of EMERCOM in the region with reference to data of the Kamchatka group volcanic eruption response (KVERT).
The height of this volcano is 2.9 km away, thus a column of ash rose to a height of 12 km above sea level. The volcano is assigned to code red aviation hazard.
Ash plume extends in a North-Eastern direction from the volcano towards Bay Lake. According to KVERT, when the direction of the wind, a slight loss of ash in the village of Ust-Kamchatsk. Tourist groups in the area of the volcano is not registered.
Earlier today, the volcano Shiveluch threw a column of ash that rose to a height of 6.5 km above sea level. Ash plume spread to five kilometers in the same direction. The spread of ash plume localities no, no tourists. International route air traffic around the volcano Shiveluch are not.