first_imgSeveral European airlines have flown successful test flights through parts of the volcanic ash cloud, which has lead some to question whether the current flight bans are necessary.If an airline said it was safe to fly, but air traffic control disagreed, would you want to fly? VOTE NOW!<a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/3076496/” mce_href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/3076496/”>Iceland Volcano: the airline says it’s safe to fly, but air traffic control says no. Would you want to fly?</a><span style=”font-size:9px;” mce_style=”font-size:9px;”><a href=”http://polldaddy.com/features-surveys/” mce_href=”http://polldaddy.com/features-surveys/”>customer surveys</a></span> ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Giovanni Bisigani (Director of IATA), the head of the International Air Transport Associate (IATA) has said than many of the world’s airlines are not happy with the way governments are responding to the volcanic ash cloud over Europe. RelatedHas the volcano changed your summer holiday plans? VOTE NOWAs the volcanic ash cloud continues to disrupt European airspace, are you starting to re-think your holiday plans?London airport tax: will you still fly?London airport tax: will you still fly?Would you take an indirect flight to save money?Would you take an indirect flight to save money?last_img

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