Volcano aftermath


The European Union speeded up a sweeping reform of its air control management system today, responding to the crisis that turned much of the continent into a no-fly zone after a volcanic eruption in Iceland. "The worst is now over, but there is a huge amount of work to be done to deal with crisis management," said EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas. Europe's airspace today was almost completely free of any remnants of the volcanic ash cloud that caused massive disruptions during the past week. Eurocontrol, the air traffic agency, said the ash cloud was restricted to an area between Icela...

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