Flight resumption updates

List of countries with flight disruptions and airspace closures due to ash cloud.

    Millions of people have been affected by flight cancellations in Europe and across the world [AFP]

    List of countries across Europe with flight disruptions due to the volcanic ash cloud as of 15:30 GMT on Wednesday:

    Austria - Austria reopened its airspace on Monday but some flights remain cancelled.

    Belgium - Flight restrictions were partially lifted from 06:00 GMT on Tuesday.

    Bosnia - Airports open.

    Bulgaria - All airspace and airports open.

    Czech Republic - Air space reopened on Monday.

    Croatia - Airspace and all airports open.

    Denmark - All airspace open since 9:00 GMT Wednesday.

    Estonia - Airspace reopened at 20:00 GMT on Tuesday.

    Finland - Helsinki airport closed again at 12:00 GMT on Wednesday after being opened briefly.

    France - All long-haul flights to and from France and three quarters of shorter services were operating as scheduled on Wednesday.

    Germany - Airspace fully reopened from 9:00 GMT.

    Hungary - Airspace fully open since Tuesday.

    Iceland - Air space open but many flights to Europe cancelled.

    Ireland - Airspace reopened.

    Italy - Airspace reopened.

    Latvia - Airspace reopened at 06:00 GMT on Tuesday.

    Lithuania - Airspace is open.

    Luxembourg - Luxembourg Airport reopened at 08:00 GMT on Tuesday.

    Moldova - International flights resumed.

    Montenegro - Airports open.

    Netherlands - Passenger flights began on Monday. Night flights resumed on Tuesday.

    Norway -  Airspace open.

    Poland - Airspace open since Wednesday morning.

    Romania - Airspace reopened on Monday at 18:00 GMT with all airports operating.

    Russia - All airports open. Aeroflot flying to the United States via the North Pole.

    Serbia - Airports open.

    Slovakia - Airspace open.

    Slovenia - Airspace reopened at 10:00 GMT on Tuesday.

    Spain - Reopened all airports on Sunday.

    Sweden - All restrictions lifted on Wednesday.

    Switzerland - Reopened airspace on Tuesday.

    Turkey - All airports open. Planes flying out of the Black Sea cities of Samsun, Sinop and Zonguldak have been advised not to fly higher than 6,000 metres.

    Ukraine - Kiev's Borispol international airport open.

    United Kingdom - All UK airspace reopened at 21:00 GMT on Tuesday but airspace over the Scottish isles of Orkney and Shetland have been temporarily reclosed.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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