If you're unfortunate enough to have traveled to an airport in the last week, there's a good chance you're among the thousands stranded by Iceland's volcano ash.
In New York's "Camp JFK," the AP reports, it's day five of a long, unpleasant vacation where passengers have set up camps provided by the city's Port Authority. But across the world, there's no shortage of horror stories.
The good news: the EU will partially lift its travel ban starting on Tuesday. The bad news? Many thousands of people will still be delayed or still stranded.
To honor those of you still stuck in the nether regions of the the air travel system, check out these shots of the travel nightmares induced by the Iceland volcano's ash cloud.