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Volcanic ash grounds flights for 2nd day   United Kingdom: Ash from an Icelandic volcano shut down airports in the United Kingdom and Ireland, causing disruptions to hundreds of passengers Flights banned in Ireland and parts of UK  All flights in and out of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic have been grounded from 0700 BST because of fresh risks from volcanic ash Iceland closes airports due to volcanic ash  Iceland will close two airports for the first time, a week after ash from a volcano forced the shutdown of airspace over much of Europe Chaos persists despite easing of lockdown  European Union: Travel chaos has continued to grip Europe, despite the easing of its aerial lockdown as the volcano eruption appeared to wane EU moves to ease Europe flight curbs  European Union: The EU has moved to ease air travel curbs imposed after much of the airspace was shut because of the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland New cloud could extend travel threat   The eruption of an volcano strengthened, spewing a new ash that officials said was heading toward the United Kingdom EU emergency talks called on air chaos   European Union: EU transport ministers are to hold talks by video conference on easing the air travel crisis caused by a volcanic ash cloud in Europe's skie... Test flights: European skies may be safe
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B. 2011-05-25 German airports reopen as ash dissipates Germany
C. 2010-05-17 UK ash cloud restrictions easing Gatwick, London
2010-05-16 Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Heathrow, London
E. 2010-05-15 Volcano may again close UK airports London
5. 2010-05-09 Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights European Union
G. 2010-05-05 Volcanic ash grounds flights for 2nd day United Kingdom
H. 2010-05-03 Flights banned in Ireland and parts of UK Ireland
I. 2010-04-22 Iceland closes airports due to volcanic ash Iceland
J. 2010-04-20 Chaos persists despite easing of lockdown European Union

  Volcano may again close UK airports  London: If a volcano in Iceland continues to erupt at current levels and if weather conditions prevail, the ash may force airports to close again next...   Volcanic ash cloud disrupts flights
German airports reopen as ash dissipates   Germany: The peak of a cloud of volcanic ash that forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights has passed, Iceland's prime minister said   UK ash cloud restrictions easing Map of Gatwick United Kingdom  London: Officials have lifted flight restrictions at Heathrow, Gatwick and other airports after the volcanic cloud that closed UK airspace moved on   Ash cloud to close Heathrow and Gatwick Map of Heathrow United Kingdom

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  London: Britain's two busiest airports are to close shortly as a volcanic ash cloud drifts further south, threatening major disruption to thousands of people
  European Union: Ash spewing from an Icelandic volcano prompted flight cancellations in parts of Europe again. Eurocontro expects 500 flights below average

  England: A few dozen test flights offered hope that the skies over much of Europe may be safe for air travel, but officials made no promises
Airlines and airports question flight bans
  European Union: The cascade of cancellations continued as an Icelandic volcano poured out dust clouds four miles high, snarling international travel
Apr.17 Volcanic ash wreaking travel chaos
  A cloud from an Icelandic volcano continued to blanket Europe, shutting down airspace in 23 countries and causing misery for millions of travelers
 Virtually all of Europe's major airports remain closed as a huge plume of ash drifts south and east across the continent. Airlines are losing some $200m a day in an unprecedented shutdown of commercial air travel
Apr.15 Europe flights be grounded into weekend  European Union: Flights across much of Europe are being cancelled on a second day of massive disruption caused by drifting ash ejected from a volcano

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