Dense Fog Creates Chaos at Delhi Airport, Over 200 Flights Affected

At least 200 flights were affected because of dense fog in the national capital on Saturday which led to chaos at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA).

Passengers who were stuck at the airport for nearly nine hours complained of not being informed about the resuming of services. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel also said that due to the flight cancellations and delays the airport looked like a “bus adda”.

“There are days when at least five to six flights are delayed, and we face a lot of problems while managing the passengers,” said the official.

“However, on Friday, it became very difficult to manage the passengers as many flights got diverted or delayed, and that resulted into a very crowded airport terminal,” added the official Read More

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