European airspace began gradually reopening yesterday following more than four days of severe restrictions on civil flights owing to last week's Icelandic volcano eruption, but European Commission VP-Transport Siim Kallas cautioned there would be "no compromise on safety" despite economic pressure to return to business as usual. Eurocontrol said it would permit the "the progressive and coordinated opening of European airspace" and announced yesterday that airspace would be divided into ...

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