Traveler Nicole Linde is reunited with her dog, Trudi, at Berlin's Tegel airport. European skies reopened yesterday for the most part following delays caused by volcanic ash after an Icelandic volcano erupted last week (Reuters).
Family members welcome back travelers at Tegel airport in Berlin after a flight arrival from Palma de Mallorca, Spain (Reuters).
Passengers who had been stranded for days were met by friends and family at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. Despite lingering concerns about volcanic ash in European skies, many airports reopened their runways after widespread cancellations (Reuters).
Passengers line up to check-in at Glasgow International Airport after a large number of European airports resumed service following the eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland (AP).
Relieved passengers travel through Berlin's Tegel airport after it reopened and resumed service to some destinations (Reuters).
A family of three triumphantly returns to Manchester Airport in England after vacationing in Cuba. Thousands of passengers worldwide were stranded for several days following the eruption of an Icelandic volcano (AP).
Family and friends worldwide were reunited with loved ones as service resumed at many European airports (AP).
Passenger Eddie Austin reacts after landing in England's Manchester Airport. Austin was one of many travelers stranded after massive closures of airports worldwide following the eruption of an Icelandic volcano (AP).
An Icelandair flight takes off from Glasgow International Airport in Iceland. Planes worldwide were finally able to return to the skies after the threat of volcanic ash lessened. (AP).
A family reunites at Tegel airport in Berlin following major delays caused by the eruption of a volcano in Eyjafjallajokul (Reuters).
After the eruption of an Icelandic volcano caused major delays worldwide, European airports reopened for stranded travelers.