Air Berlin reveals scope of volcano damage

Air Berlin reveals scope of volcano damage

The knock-on damage to airlines because of last month’s volcano ash cloud over Europe is becoming clear after Germany’s second biggest carrier, Air Berlin, on Thursday revealed a sharp drop in the number of seats it filled in April.

Southern German airports reopen after ash cloud scare

Southern German airports reopen after ash cloud scare

Transport minister holds volcano fallout summit

Transport minister holds volcano fallout summit

Ash danger unclear despite green light

Ash danger unclear despite green light

Volcano chaos to cost airlines $1.7 billion

Volcano chaos to cost airlines $1.7 billion

Flight ban lifted

Flight ban lifted

Travel havoc continues as flight ban is extended

Travel havoc continues as flight ban is extended

Test flights show no damage to planes

Test flights show no damage to planes

Volcanic ash fallout halts work at BMW factories

Volcanic ash fallout halts work at BMW factories

German airlines resume limited flight schedules

German airlines resume limited flight schedules

Passengers stuck in transit prepare for third night in limbo

Passengers stuck in transit prepare for third night in limbo

Transport Minister defends flight ban

Transport Minister defends flight ban

German airlines question extended flight ban

German airlines question extended flight ban

Air travel ban extended into Sunday evening

Air travel ban extended into Sunday evening

Munich closure to ground German air travel

Munich closure to ground German air travel

Merkel stays cool despite odyssey home

Merkel stays cool despite odyssey home