By Marcus Leach

With another ash cloud starting to cause serious delays to flights Ryanair have objected to an order to ground their morning flights to and from Scottish airports.

The order from Irish officials to delay or cancel flights to and from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen was based on safety grounds, but Ryanair said they would complain about what they see as 'unnecessary cancellations'.

"Ryanair strongly object to this decision and believe that there is no basis for these flight cancellations and will be meeting with the [Irish Aviation Authority] on Tuesday morning to have this restriction on Ryanair flights removed as a matter of urgency," a statement on Ryanair's website read.