England back to the airport last night after the authorities the risks of volcanic ash clouds that too much of Europe have the sky caused a standstill in the past six days to rethink.
The decision was made by the growing frustration among the airlines, as a country in Europe, has allowed to spread their airport open as the ash cloud, while remained Heathrow and other major UK airports are closed.
In announcing the resumption of flights, Lord Adonis, transport secretary, said security remains a priority , but an examination of the effect of aircraft by the ash has led to a better understanding of the threats.
The manufacturers agreed tolerance levels more in areas with low density of ash, said Ms. Deirdre Hutton, Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority.
Airlines must carry out to conduct a risk assessment and damage inspection maintenance intensive ash before and after each flight, he said.
Incidents reported ash to a system managed by the CAA.
Willie Walsh, chief executive of British Airways, welcomed the lifting of flight ban, which he said he was not so radical. I do not think it was necessary to require a general ban on all the airspace of the United Kingdom, he said after a meeting with officials of the airline executives.
BA had already over 20 passenger planes from cities around the world after London made in the hope of being able to land at Heathrow or Gatwick. At least one of Bahrain has been diverted to Brussels just hours before the ban was lifted, as officials that the CAA could not land.
In other moves yesterday, BMW and Nissan have said they plan to temporarily stop the production of certain models of cars in Germany and Japan this week because of delays in the procurement of critical areas, such as the impact of bans by the global economy . spread Audi said it may have to cancel the changes.
Lufthansa has said the airline group in Europe, force majeure on some deliveries of fuel, they have run out of the camp, after the fleet was grounded for six days effectively.
Rio Tinto, one of the largest mines in the world, has postponed its annual general meeting for the first time for the key directors, including CEO Tom Albanese has been, near the Australian city of Melbourne, to take place where it is blocked.
Eurocontrol spent, the organization of aviation safety, to expect some 13,000 flights is to go to plan, almost half of the flights forward into European airspace yesterday, after the cloud of ash from the volcano in Iceland Eyjafjallajkull part of France, Switzerland and Italy .