European flights from previously closed airports in Germany, France, and Switzerland are starting to move in and out of Logan International Airport.
A British Airways flight took off for London's Heathrow Airport this morning but was scheduled to touch down in Shannon, Ireland. British Airways is putting up passengers in hotels there until UK airspace opens, or they can take a ferry across the water to reach London.
The rest of today's British Airways and Virgin Atlantic flights to and from London have been canceled.
Lufthansa flights from Frankfurt and Munich are scheduled to arrive at Logan later today, and an Air France flight from Paris is delayed but due in around 5 p.m.
Flights are still scheduled to depart for Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, and Zurich. Flights in and out of Amsterdam and Dublin have been canceled.
European airspace is gradually opening up after five days of mass flight cancellations because of the eruption of a volcano in Iceland, the Globe reports this morning.
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