Ash from the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokull is still stirring up problems for European airways. On Saturday, more than 50 flights from Britain were canceled after more intense eruptions spewed debris over the airspace. While most of the cancelations came from low-cost airlines using smaller airports, the ash has caused delays and grounded plans across Spain. The ash may also reach southern France, Britain, Ireland, and Scotland. For those flights not on the chopping block, flying times have increased by around an hour due to a rerouting process.