Flights were expected to gradually resume late Tuesday into Wednesday at Buenos Aires's Ezeiza and Aeroparque airports, which were shut down much of Tuesday owing to ash from Chile's Puyehue volcano that drifted over Argentina. The Argentine government said "improved meteorological conditions" and "the dispersion of the cloud of volcanic ash" would allow for a gradual resumption of flights. Air service to, from and within Argentina was grounded for several ...

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