Henry Chu

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London Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times

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After days on the ground, more planes began taking off from airports in Europe today, but a new cloud of volcanic ash has thrown doubt on resumption of normal service.

Some Flights Resume, But European Travel Chaos Continues

After days on the ground, more planes began taking off from airports in Europe today, but a new cloud of volcanic ash has thrown doubt on resumption of normal service.

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