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Delhi Airport: Flight Operations Resume After 2-Hour Delay Due to Dense Fog, Congestion

According to an official, since the Low Visibility Take Off (LVTO) requirement was not being fulfilled, departure of flights were on hold for two hours from around 0715 hours.

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Updated:December 25, 2018, 10:50 AM IST
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New Delhi: Air passengers flying out of Delhi faced inconvenience on Tuesday morning as all departures at the airport were put on hold for two hours due to dense fog and congestion.

Three international and one domestic flights have been diverted so far while arrivals have not been stopped, an official said. The minimum visibility required for take off is 125 metres.

Jet Airways had advised its travelers to check their flight status at jetairways.com

A passenger also tweeted about the delay:

According to the official, since the Low Visibility Take Off (LVTO) requirement is not being fulfilled, departure of flights were on hold for two hours from around 0715 hours. Departure of flights resumed at 0916 hours.

Private weather service Skymet had forecast a foggy morning on Christmas. "While the day will remain sunny, haziness will prevail in the sky. Minimum temperature may see a slight increase but will continue to be below normal levels," it said.

The national capital recorded its coldest December temperature in the past 12 years on Monday with mercury dipping to 3.7 degrees Celsius. The day's maximum temperature was recorded at 21.4 degrees Celsius, which is normal for this time of the season.

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| Edited by: Sumedha Kirti
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