Due to the eruption of Mount Kelud in Kediri, East Java, on Thursday (13/2/2014), the seven airports in Java must be closed because the passage off the plane covered by volcanic ash. Aircraft engines are also feared to be damaged if turned on in the middle gray clumps.
The airports are Juanda International Airport (Surabaya), Adi Sumarmo (Solo), Ahmad Yani (Semarang), Adi Sutjipto (Yogyakarta), Tunggul Wulung (Cilacap), Abdurrahman Saleh (Malang), and Husein Sastranegara Airport (Bandung).
Volcanic ash is thickest conditions at Juanda international airport because it is closest to the Kelud.
Once opened, it does not mean that all airlines at the airports can serve flights. Because, there are 33 flight path which until now still covered in volcanic ash. If flight routes must pass through one of these, then the pathway 33 routes have yet to be completed.