Air travel in Europe inched back to normal Wednesday, as officials estimated that newly opened flight routes would permit air traffic to approach 75 percent of its normal capacity. Ash plumes from Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano had all but extinguished flight operations across the U.K. and mainland Europe for the better part of a week . [More]
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