Her airport Catania in Sicily reopened on Monday after being closed on Sunday as Etna, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, began spewing smoke and ash.

The airport has been operating since 10:00 Greek time, the airport management announced, warning of the possibility of delays.

“Due to the activity of Etna and the large amount of volcanic ash that fell on the airport, flights are suspended until conditions allow again” Catania Airport said in a statement yesterday.

Etna, which reaches 3,324 meters in height, it is the most active volcano in Europe. It has been activated and erupted many times over the past 500,000 years.

Last year, around 10 million passengers passed through Catania International Airport, which serves the eastern part of Sicily, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy.