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Ash cloud cancels tens of flights in Romania. Over 17,000 flights blocked all over Europe

Vineri, 16 aprilie 2010, 12:13 English | Top News

The ash cloud formed Icelanding volcano has had an impact on the Romanian air traffic as well. According to data, 43 flights to and from Romania have been cancelled: 40 in Bucharest, one in Cluj-Napoca, one in Sibiu and one in Timisoara. The intergovernmental organisation that handles European air travel Eurocontrol announced that 17,000 flights are blocked throughout Europe.

Among the postponed flights are:

HENRI COANDA AIRPORT - BUCHAREST
Departures:
Lufhtansa: Bucharest-Frankfurt
Air France: Bucharest-Paris
Lufhtansa: Bucharest-Düsseldorf
KLM: Bucharest-Amsterdam
Tarom: Bucharest-Brussels
British Airways: Bucharest-London
Fin Air: Bucharest-Helsinki
Lot: Bucharest-Warsaw

Arrivals:
Lot: Warsaw- Bucharest
Fin Air: Helsinki- Bucharest
KLM: Amsterdam- Bucharest
Tarom: Brussels- Bucharest
Lufhtansa: Düsseldorf- Bucharest
Lufhtansa: Frankfurt- Bucharest
Air France: Paris- Bucharest
British Airways - London- Bucharest


BANEASA AIRPORT - BUCHAREST
Departures:
Wizz Air: Bucharest-London
Wizz Air: Bucharest-Dortmund

Arrivals:
Wizz Air: London- Bucharest
Wizz Air: Dortmund- Bucharest


CLUJ-NAPOCA AIRPORT:
Flight W6 771 Cluj-London

TIMISOARA AIRPORT:
Carpatair: Timisoara-Düsseldorf

According to Eurocontrol, 17,000 are blocked in Europe, after having cancelled 6,000 on Thursday throughout the continent. Some of the most important airports in Europe have been closed, among which Heathrow in London and Charles de Gaulle in Paris.

Great Britain, France, Germany, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, The Netherlands and Poland closed completely or partially the air space, according to national authorities in these states.























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