Denmark opens upper airspace for flights

COPENHAGEN, April 19 (BestGrowthStock) – Denmark will reopen its
airspace for flights above 35,500 feet on Monday at 0800 GMT but
keep its airspace below that altitude shut due to volcanic ash
from Iceland, Danish air traffic controller Naviair said.

Naviair said Danish airspace below 35,500 feet (about 11 km)
would remain closed until midnight GMT.

It said it would give a new update on the situation at 1300
GMT.

Copenhagen airport and the entire Danish airspace have been
closed since Thursday afternoon.
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(Reporting by Copenhagen newsroom)

Denmark opens upper airspace for flights