WWE faces travel woes with overseas tour

WWE has been dealing with a ton of traveling issues after a volcano eruption in Iceland caused the closing of many airports. The company had to take buses on Thursday to their respective events, with the Raw crew traveling almost 24 hours straight to get to the show. The latest is that they can fly west out of Irish airports as of a few hours ago so it appears all will be okay in getting the Raw crew to New Jersey for Raw. Plans for the Smackdown taping on Tuesday in Connecticut could be in trouble as the Smackdown crew is in mainland Europe and the volcano ash is blowing in southwest from Iceland. British airspace remains closed today in either direction so they were unable to make it to Belfast by air from Europe.

Source: The Wrestling Observer