Eurocontrol: No airspace closed due to volcanic ash

By REUTERS
May 26, 2011 11:37

 
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BRUSSELS - No airspace was closed due to volcanic ash on Thursday and there was expected to be very little or no impact on European air traffic over the next 48 hours, European air traffic agency Eurocontrol said.

The agency said about 900 flights had been cancelled between Monday and Wednesday out of a total 90,000 planned flights over the three days.

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