Fog grounds planes at London City Airport
Thick fog has grounded flights at London City Airport
FLIGHTS have been cancelled and delayed this morning at London City Airport due to thick fog.
A spokeswoman for the airport said that there had been no departures or landings because of low visibility.
Five inbound flights have been diverted to Gatwick and Stansted with ten inbound flights and 16 outbound flights cancelled.
A further 45 outbound flights have been delayed.
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The spokeswoman advised travellers to consult their airlines or go to London City Airport’s website for the latest information at www.londoncityairport.com.
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