LONDON // Airports and rail terminals in major European transport hubs say many services are running, but there are still likely to be cancellations and delays following the wintry weather that caused days of travel chaos.
London's Heathrow Airport said Wednesday that dozens of flights would depart, while Germany's Frankfurt airport confirmed schedules were slowly returning to normal.
Frankfurt said about 70 flights were cancelled out of a planned daily total of about 1,300, compared with 550 cancellations on Tuesday.
Eurostar said train services between Britain and continental Europe were operating a near-normal schedule, but asked only customers with tickets to show up at terminals after thousands crowded ticket halls earlier this week.
Weather forecasters predicted fresh snow across England and Wales, though not in London.