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DLR Falcon has helped end airspace restrictions over southern Germany with an additional measurement flight
On Sunday, 9 May 2010, the German Aerospace Center’s (DLR) Falcon research aircraft took off from Oberpfaffenhofen for a measurement flight in southern German airspace. The aim of this flight was to measure the concentration of the volcanic ash cloud that caused airports across southern Germany to close on Sunday afternoon. Thanks to these measurements, it was possible to reopen the airspace earlier than expected.
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