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UPDATED: Icelandic ash cloud drifting away

UPDATE: The impact of the volcanic ash cloud that disrupted air travel in northern Europe is lessening, as the cloud moves on. Airlines are returning to normal flight schdules. Read the latest here.

UPDATED: Icelandic ash cloud drifting away

UPDATE: The impact of the volcanic ash cloud that disrupted air travel in northern Europe is lessening, as the cloud moves on. Airlines are returning to normal flight schdules. Read the latest here.

FROM TUESDAY: For anyone planning a trip to northern Europe, what could happen to air travel in the region as a result of another big Icelandic volcanic eruption is a wide-open question today. Read the latest here .... and check with your airline if you're planning to fly in the coming days.

Tom Belden
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