European countries resume air traffic
LONDON, England (AP) — After five days in which nature brought the jet age to a grinding halt, officials moved yesterday to reassert control and end the air paralysis caused by a volcanic eruption in Iceland, agreeing to let air traffic resume on a limited basis and giving hope to millions of stranded travelers.

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European air traffic resumes, weeks remain to clear backlog
Europe’s air traffic slowly returned to normal Tuesday with almost half of scheduled flights taking to the skies, but officials warn it could take weeks to clear the backlog of millions of passengers stranded after an Icelandic volcano erupted on April 14. After the EU allowed member states to open their airspace early on Tuesday, Britain reopened air traffic at night after some delays, joining …

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European countries agree to resume air traffic
LONDON — After five days in which nature brought the jet age to a grinding halt, officials moved Monday to reassert control and end the air paralysis caused by a volcanic eruption in Iceland, agreeing to let air traffic resume on a limited basis and giving hope to millions of stranded…

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