Over 21 flights were delayed and six cancelled at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport due to low visibility on Tuesday as dense fog conditions continued to prevail in the national capital region for the third consecutive day. According to the India Meteorological Department, general visibility improved to 200 metres at IGI Airport as compared to zero metres in the past two days. It is yet to be seen what further consequences of the fog are going to be, but for now, it seems to have compromised the travel of many people.
A total of 24 domestic flights and 12 global flights were delayed.
Sinha also invited suggestions to improve the system performance.
As cold wave continues to grip Delhi-NCR on Thursday morning, trains and flight schedule has adversely been affected by the low visibility.
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