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As air clears, delays still snarl many

Firms alter plans; travelers wearied

Pamela Ariniello awaited news on flights to Europe. Pamela Ariniello awaited news on flights to Europe. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Katie Johnston Chase and Shana Wickett
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / April 20, 2010

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European airspace is gradually opening up after five days of mass flight cancellations, but the ash cloud from a volcanic eruption in Iceland is still wreaking havoc on travelers and, increasingly, on businesses that rely on European markets. (Full article: 978 words)

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