Thursday, April 22, 2010

British airspace reopens

People who have booked flights to India later this week will no doubt be relieved to hear that British airspace has reopened. An ash cloud caused by a volcanic eruption in Iceland led to the widespread closure of airspace in northern Europe over safety concerns.

However, following six days with almost no flights entering or leaving the UK, the first planes have begun to touch down in many of Britain's airports. More than 95,000 flights were cancelled following the decision to close many European airports on April 14th.

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