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Pavlof reported activity

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Eruption
Minor ashfall fell at Nelson Lagoon, 48 miles NE of Pavlof, on the evening of March 27 and morning of March 28. Trace ashfall was reported at Port Heiden (164 mi NE of Pavlof) and Dillingham (281 mi NE of Pavlof) on March 28, 2016.Pavlof's March 27-28 ash plume caused the cancellation of 41 Alaska Airlines flights to and from Barrow, Bethel, Fairbanks, Kotzebue, Nome, and Prudhoe Bay on Monday, March 28, 2016. Regional flights operated by Bering Air were cancelled on the morning of March 28, PenAir suspended service to Dutch Harbor in the afternoon, and Ravn reported numerous flight cancellations (KTVA News: http://www.ktva.com/pavlof-erupts-sending-ash-20000-feet-high-391/ ). Flight cancellations continued on Tuesday, March 29, and Alaska Airlines reported 28 cancelled flights to Barrow, Bethel, Kotzebue, Nome, and Prudhoe Bay, representing about 57% of Alaska's flights to the most nothern region it serves. Alaska Airlines additionally reported more than 6,200 travellers were affected on March 28 and 29 (https://blog.alaskaair.com/alaska-airlines/news/pavlof-volcano/ )

Aircraft
Pavlof's March 27-28 ash plume caused the cancellation of 41 Alaska Airlines flights to and from Barrow, Bethel, Fairbanks, Kotzebue, Nome, and Prudhoe Bay on Monday, March 28, 2016. Regional flights operated by Bering Air were cancelled on the morning of March 28, PenAir suspended service to Dutch Harbor in the afternoon, and Ravn reported numerous flight cancellations (KTVA News: http://www.ktva.com/pavlof-erupts-sending-ash-20000-feet-high-391/ ). Flight cancellations continued on Tuesday, March 29, and Alaska Airlines reported 28 cancelled flights to Barrow, Bethel, Kotzebue, Nome, and Prudhoe Bay, representing about 57% of Alaska's flights to the most nothern region it serves. Alaska Airlines additionally reported more than 6,200 travellers were affected on March 28 and 29 (https://blog.alaskaair.com/alaska-airlines/news/pavlof-volcano/ )

Infrastructure
Minor ashfall fell at Nelson Lagoon, 48 miles NE of Pavlof, on the evening of March 27 and morning of March 28. Trace ashfall was reported at Port Heiden (164 mi NE of Pavlof) and Dillingham (281 mi NE of Pavlof), and Togiak (260 mi NE of Pavlof) on March 28, 2016.

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