The ash cloud left travellers out of pocket and hit businesses, but who should bear the cost

Apr 24, 2010 Full story: News

By Dani Garavelli WHEN the McKechnie family set off on their Easter break to a golfing resort in Los AlcA zares near Murcia in southern Spain, they expected to come back tanned and with their batteries recharged.

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Bronx, NY

#1 Apr 24, 2010

Littleton, CO

#2 Apr 24, 2010
byebyebirdie wrote:
Actually, though funny, you're right! This volcano was absolutely out of anybody's control. It was "an act of God". The airlines suffered enormous economic loss, and to think that they would be held financially responsible as well for passengers' losses is ludicrous.
Euro Turo Trash


#3 Apr 25, 2010
That should thin out the ranks of the polyester clad shutter bugs

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