Fog causes flight disruption at London City Airport
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Heavy fog is causing disruption at London City Airport for the second day running.
The airport, situated in the Royal Docks, is advising passengers to check with their airline before travelling.
A spokesman for London City Airport said: “Some airlines are recommending to their passengers that they do not travel to the airport until further notice.”
The departure board shows flights to and from the airport cancelled, delayed or diverted as a result of the adverse weather.
British Airways has said that anyone due to travel on a short-hail flight to or from London City Airport today can change their booking to a flight later this week at no extra cost.
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Flyers are set to experience further disruption tomorrow and Wednesday should the proposed Docklands Light Railway strike go ahead.
Replacement bus services and an enhanced local bus service will be running to connect passengers to the Tube network.
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