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Albanian hotel owner
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research fellow at LSE's Middle East Centre
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Italian Space Agency
""It was the start of the conquest of space by the Soviets, which nobody was expecting""
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"We need new initiatives at the European level to deepen the functioning of the monetary union."
Vice- President, ECB
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Former US Secretary of State
"France and Germany shouldn't be bullying the other 26."
MEP, Christian Democrats
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There is some good news for travellers stranded by the latest volcanic ash cloud in Europe: air traffic restrictions have been eased in Britain
British skies have started to reopen as a plume of volanic ash once again wreaks havoc for European air passengers.
The UK’s two busiest airports
Flights were grounded in southern and central Spain, Morocco, Portugal and the Canary Islands as the ash cloud from Iceland swept across the Iberian
Things are heading back to normal in European skies after the chaos caused again this weekend by the ash from the erupting Icelandic volcano.
Airports across Europe are still trying to get back to normal after more disruption over the weekend caused by Iceland’s spewing volcano – Portuguese
Thousands of European air travellers again find themselves stranded because of Icelandic volcanic ash.
Up to 500 flights have had to be cancelled
A plume of volcanic ash is once again causing misery for some European air travellers.
The cloud is drifting from Iceland across southern Europe
Airports in northern Spain were due to begin operating again this morning after abrasive ash blowing south from Iceland’s volcano forced them to
Volcanic ash has returned to torment air travellers in the north of Portugal and Spain.
Several hundred flights were cancelled on Saturday as winds
The volcanic cloud from Iceland’s erupting volcano has closed 15 airports in Spain.
European air traffic control agency, Eurocontrol, says it
Iceland’s erupting volcano is once again causing travel disruption to airlines.
Aviation authority Eurocontrol said a potentially dangerous
Once again, air passengers are feeling the fury of the Icelandic volcano. This time it’s people in Scotland and Ireland who have been affected
Northern Atlantic airspace was given the all clear after a brief new volcanic ash alert for aviation. The air traffic agency Eurocontrol says
The recurrent ash cloud from Iceland is a gritty reminder for the EU’s transport ministers meeting in Brussels of the need for better preparation to
The Irish Aviation Authority has announced the reopening of their airspace from two o’clock this afternoon (CET).
Flights to the from the country
Tens of thousands of air passengers face disruption today because of a renewed threat of ash from an Icelandic volcano.
Ireland will shut its
So far it has caused massive travel disruption, but could the Icelandic volcano bring famine and widespread social disorder?
A French historian
Iceland is the latest victim of its own volcanic cloud. A change in wind direction has forced the north Atlantic country to close all main airports
The fallout over extended travel expenses from the volcanic storm over Europe is far from abating.
Consumers’ frustrations continue as various
“It’s an unprecedented event for European air transport. Airspace closed due to a volcanic ash cloud. How do airports, airlines, control traffic
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