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Friday, April 16, 2010; 9:11 AM

A passenger makes a phone call in front of a board displaying scores of canceled flights at Prague's Ruzyne airport. (By David W. Cerny/Reuters) Yesterday's mammoth flying disruption -- caused when volcanic ash from Iceland shut down much of air travel over northern Europe -- will continue into Friday. Some airlines already canceled flights on Friday. Once again, how does this impact travelers in this region? It depends on your particular airline and destination, obviously. But there will be some impact. United Airlines canceled Friday flights from London (among other cities) to the United States, which will nix a flight scheduled to depart London's Heathrow Airport and arrive at Dulles International Airport at 11:09 p.m. Virgin Atlantic also canceled a number of flights leaving the United Kingdom, which included among them a flight scheduled to arrive at Dulles from Heathrow at 4:10 p.m. British Airways had three flights scheduled


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