A new ash cloud halted efforts to restore full air traffic operations in Europe yesterday, but UK regulator CAA announced plans to reopen airspace with some restrictions from 10 p.m. local time, enabling flight operations to resume into London airports this morning. The decision was made in conjunction with the Irish Aviation Authority and covers the Anglo Irish Functional Airspace Block, CAA said in a statement. British Airways CEO Willie Walsh said, "We are delighted the authorities have ...

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