Icelandic volcano further delays European air travel

Apr 19, 2010

Five days after Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano scattered ash over European skies and grounded flights across the continent, air travel is slowly resuming as airspace is reopened. But thousands of passengers remain stranded and airline executives are accusing aviation authorities of overreacting to the volcanic conditions. What is the economic impact of the flight delays, and when will air travel resume from Europe?

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