General aviation in Europe not affected by ash plume

04/19/2010 | AVweb

The ash plume that grounded commercial flights in Europe left uncrowded skies for general aviation, which did not face any restrictions. "Light aeroplanes were free to come and go in the fine spring weather, with controllers undistracted by the commercial traffic that usually takes priority," wrote journalist Charles Bremner, who flew in a small plane from England to France.

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