Air Travel Grinds to a ...Start
4/22/2010 11:29:50 AM Link
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A week after debris from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano halted air travel, airlines and passengers are slowly witnessing a light at the end of the tunnel. Frankfurt and Munich airports say some 90 percent of their flights are operating, and after much heated debate, airspace over the UK is open; BA is operating both short and longhaul flights. Flights in and out of US Airforce bases in Italy, Germany and Britain have resumed. Stranded passengers may still have days to wait until they're re-routed, and in the meantime, are taking up refuge on trains, boats, in hotels, if there is space.
"Quite frankly we don't have..." read the rest from the AP report here