03/11/2015

Heavy Fog Continues To Disrupt Flights

A number of flights have been cancelled or delayed because of heavy fog.

It is the third day of disruption for travellers and customers are being advised to check their flight status before they leave.

A number of flights have been cancelled at Dublin Airport over the past couple of says.

A statement from Dublin Airport said: "Fog around London airports is impacting the flight schedule at Dublin Airport with delays of up to 30 minutes on some flights.

"Passengers are advised to check with their airline's website for the latest flight information regarding their particular flight before coming to Dublin Airport."

(CD/LM)




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