from watching the news this morning it seems like the main initial goal for this week is to fetch stranded passengers home first, not many new outgoing flights as yet. The government has also laid on 100 coaches too it says to help the stranded ¬b` although some are saying too little too late as usual.
Some people interviewed were saying they couldnt get flights until next week because of the backlog...............hopefully now the airport will work 24hrs a day to get back to some normality faster.
We had to juggle the 4 patients we had this week due to cancelled flights. I worked with two of the patients and Matt handled the other two. Hopefully everyone is rescheduled but what a royal bummer for those thoroughly inconvenienced by the volcano ashes.
I think the train services in Europe have probably made a lot of money since the volcanic ash situation began.
A lot of stranded passengers have probably taken trains to get to their destinations if they were located within Europe, and this increased demand for train rides has probably enabled the train services to raise their ticket prices.