Fog disrupts flights in south-east England
Cancellations and delays occur at Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports, with passengers advised to contact airlines
Thousands of passengers have been left stranded as a thick fog descended on London, forcing airlines to cancel departures and divert arrivals.
Caused by high pressure and moisture in the air, dense fog is covering much of the south-east of England, while the rest of the country was also covered in mist.
Fog in London: A real #peasouper here at Gatwick Airport – When the only place I want to be is back in Northern Ireland @BBCNITravel pic.twitter.com/rVrJldCAVx
#LHR Terminal 5 right now. My flight to Athens runs on a 3 hours delayed departure time already. #fog pic.twitter.com/83t6TFWmLJ
Fog thicker than old man’s dandruff! Patiently waiting w/ GREAT @British_Airways staff. #mothernature still rules. #travel #HeathrowDelay pic.twitter.com/QwJKo0Fwwx
A few pictures from a very foggy #Arsenal training session. #afc #fog pic.twitter.com/hCuvTWzuvS
Trainer @HarryFryRacing1: “The dream goes on”
Huge cheer went up as he emerged from the fog
Source: Guardian Transport
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