By Ferdi Burger on 20 April 2010

According to the BBC all UK airports have been given permission to reopen, with the first BA flight landing just before 2200.

All UK airports have been given the go-ahead to reopen, Transport Secretary Lord Adonis has said.


BAA, which operates many of the UK's airports, said people should contact their airlines before travelling.

"Not all flights will operate during the early period of opening, and we will do everything we can to support airlines and get people moving," a spokesman said.


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