The cloud of ash over the UK and much of Europe is continuing to disrupt air traffic as eruptions from Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano continue. When flights will resume regular service is still unknown. UK air traffic controllers have suggested that British airspace may reopen at 7am tomorrow, yet major carriers have cancelled all flights for Monday. From the Guardian: Over 20 countries have airspace restrictions, many banning all non-emergency flights, but commercial operators, including British Airways, KLM and Air France, have carried out or plan test flights without passengers. European carriers and airports have called for a review on the…
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