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The Volcanic Ash Cloud : It’s back and closing the airspace…again

Just when you thought the looming volcanic ash cloud looming over Europe that closed the airspace for days on end in mid-April had gone away … its back. Due to changes in atmospheric conditions and an increase in ash density in the air, the British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will be closing portions of the…

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Can A Change In London Heathrow’s Approach Optimize Its Current Potential?

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com— E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 7/12/2009 – Can A Change In London Heathrow’s Approach Optimize Its Current Potential? Can a simple change in an approach pattern reduce the carbon emissions for London’s Heathrow airport, reduce its air traffic grid-lock, eliminate the airport’s need for a 3rd active runway and extend the airport’s hours of operation to…

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