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EU considers resuming flights
Officials expect more planes to take off five days after air travel ban.
Last Modified: 20 Apr 2010 01:28 GMT

European aviation officials are seeking to open up the skies across the continent on Tuesday.

Some airports have already opened for business but many are still closed or partially closed until further notice.

Al Jazeera's Lauren Pettersen reports on Day 5 of Europe's air travel shutdown.

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