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European passengers stranded in Nepal queue for tickets

2010-04-22 09:04:54 GMT2010-04-22 17:04:54 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Passengers queue for tickets outside an airline agency in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, April 22, 2010. Hundreds of foreign passengers stranded in Kathmandu are hopeful of flying home after European governments temporary reopened the airports. The closure of the European airspace casued by the Icelandic volcanic ash has trapped hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world, crippling airlines. (Xinhua/Bimal Gautam)

Passengers queue for tickets at an airline agency in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, April 22, 2010. Hundreds of foreign passengers stranded in Kathmandu are hopeful of flying home after European governments temporary reopened the airports. The closure of the European airspace casued by the Icelandic volcanic ash has trapped hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world, crippling airlines. (Xinhua/Bimal Gautam)

Passengers queue for tickets outside an airline agency in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, April 22, 2010. Hundreds of foreign passengers stranded in Kathmandu are hopeful of flying home after European governments temporary reopened the airports. The closure of the European airspace casued by the Icelandic volcanic ash has trapped hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world, crippling airlines. (Xinhua/Bimal Gautam)

Passengers queue for tickets outside an airline agency in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, April 22, 2010. Hundreds of foreign passengers stranded in Kathmandu are hopeful of flying home after European governments temporary reopened the airports. The closure of the European airspace casued by the Icelandic volcanic ash has trapped hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world, crippling airlines. (Xinhua/Bimal Gautam)

Passengers queue for tickets outside an airline agency in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, April 22, 2010. Hundreds of foreign passengers stranded in Kathmandu are hopeful of flying home after European governments temporary reopened the airports. The closure of the European airspace casued by the Icelandic volcanic ash has trapped hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world, crippling airlines. (Xinhua/Bimal Gautam)

Passengers queue for tickets outside an airline agency in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, April 22, 2010. Hundreds of foreign passengers stranded in Kathmandu are hopeful of flying home after European governments temporary reopened the airports. The closure of the European airspace casued by the Icelandic volcanic ash has trapped hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world, crippling airlines.

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