Backlog of stranded travelers starting to ease, carriers say

04/25/2010 | BBC · National Public Radio

The backlog of passengers stranded by the volcanic-ash crisis is easing, and some carriers say they are close to returning to normal operations. American Airlines is "very close to finishing the repatriation." Meanwhile, British Airways continues to add flights to return passengers to their homes, and Virgin hopes to have all its travelers in their correct destinations by the end of the week.

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