Are you flying?
All UK airports were given the go ahead to reopen from 2200 BST on Tuesday, but airspace in Germany and Ireland remains restricted. More than 95,000 flights were cancelled across Europe in the last week and it may take weeks to get passengers home.
Airports and airlines have questioned the need for restrictions said to be costing $200m (£130m) a day. But scientists say that while Eyjafjallajokull volcano is now producing more lava and less ash, the situation remains changeable.
What do you think of the response to the crisis by the government and the airline industry? Are you stranded because of the airspace restrictions? Are you getting a flight back home? Do you work in the travel industry?
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