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In pictures: How air traffic returned to Europe

Travel technology and GDS provider Sabre has tracked flight movements for the past few days to illustrate how air traffic across the Atlantic and Europe has attempted to return to normality.

The data is held on the Sabre Flight Explorer system.

19 April 1600 UTC:

FE Volcanic Ash Advisory - 041910 - 1600

20 April 1000 UTC:

Sabre Flight Explorer Volcanic Ash Advisory - 042010-1000

20 April 1400 UTC:

Sabre Flight Explorer Volcanic Ash Advisory - 042010-1400

20 April 1800 UTC:

Sabre Flight Explorer Volcanic Ash Advisory - 042010-1800

20 April 2300 UTC:

Sabre Flight Explorer Volcanic Ash Advisory - 042010-2300

21 April 1000 UTC:

Sabre Flight Explorer Volcanic Ash Advisory - 042110-1000

21 April 2100 UTC:

Sabre Flight Explorer Volcanic Ash Advisory - 042110-2100

22 April 0900 UTC:

Sabre Flight Explorer Volcanic Ash Advisory - 042210-0900

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Kevin May

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Kevin May was a co-founder and member of the editorial team from September 2009 to June 2017.

 

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  3. Ophir

    Do I see correctly that in the sixth image the cloud spells EU?

     
  4. Tim

    Brilliant!

     
  5. steve sherlock

    wow – thats incredible imagery.

    kevin with your hot topics word cloud, if the cloud was updated with this event being calculated in, I guess it would have become a one word ash cloud.

     
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