Dense fog caused the cancellation of more than 40 flights to India.

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Dense fog caused the cancellation of more than 40 flights to India.


16 December 2013. In the north of India, thick fog caused a failure in almost all flights. Only in New Delhi, 40 flights (domestic and international) were canceled. The visibility of the runway is less than 50 meters (the norm is from 150 m and above). In addition to flights, more than a dozen trains are delayed and delayed. Passengers are awaiting flight recovery in the waiting rooms.

Weather forecasters report that such weather will stay for a few more days, as a result of which the country's transport situation will worsen significantly. Usually, the winter fog in India causes air and rail accidents.

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