Airline service in Australia returned to normal Thursday as the ash cloud from Chile’s Puyehue-Cordon Caulle Volcano, which has played havoc with the travel plans of tens of thousands of passengers, cleared the continent (ATW Daily News, June 16). In a related development, Air New Zealand said it expects to operate all domestic and transtasman services from Friday morning with the exception of Queenstown after the same cloud cleared from most of New Zealand. ANZ, which has operated ...

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