EU transport ministers are holding an extraordinary meeting in Brussels today to discuss possible short-term actions and structural measures to respond to the repercussions of the Icelandic volcanic eruption that led to the closure of European airspace for six days last month. The European Commission last week outlined a comprehensive package of relief measures for the air transport industry including airlines potentially getting financial compensation. It also pledged to fast-track ...

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