Airlines count the cost as skies open; Calls for aid and urgent review of regulations

The airline industry is rapidly restoring services as almost all European airspace is now available. But relief is quickly turning to anger as airlines count the cost of the massive disruption to their operations. EUROCONTROL expects almost 100% of the air traffic will return in Europe today (22-Apr-2010) after approximately 22,500 flights operated yesterday (or over 80% of usual services for a Wednesday).

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