The ash cloud that rose from a volcano in Iceland last week to halt air traffic in the U.K. and much of the rest of Europe appears to be easing its stranglehold on transportation. EUROCONTROL , an intergovernmental air traffic control organization based in Brussels, announced Monday that its member states were designating a limited “no-fly zone” beyond which airlines would be permitted to operate by Tuesday morning. [More]
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