Fog affects flight operations at KIA


Team Udayavani, Jan 23, 2019, 1:20 PM IST

Bengaluru: Fog continued to play spoilsport at the Kempegowda International Airport with 81 flight schedules being affected on Tuesday, January 22 as fog enveloped the airport. 

The visibility standby was declared at 2.51 AM which was withdrawn only at 10.35 PM as the result 81 flight schedules were affected on Tuesday.

All operations between 5.05 AM and 6.15 PM were suspended. The departure of 67 flights and the arrival of nine were delayed, informed airport officials.

One British Airways flight and two Indigo flights were diverted to Hyderabad, and two Blue Dart flights to diverted to Chennai.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Post communal violence, multi-party delegation calls for peace in Dakshina Kannada

CJI Ramana, Karnataka CM visit Tirumala temple

‘Egg attack’ on Siddaramaiah: CM Bommai dials Siddaramaiah, collects information

Ambedkar’s statue found damaged in UP’s Sitapur

I-T Dept allows taxpayers more time to claim credit for taxes paid outside India

Women have more sex partners than men in these 11 states: Study

K R Patkar resigns from president post of Shirva Gram Panchayat


Related Articles More

Post communal violence, multi-party delegation calls for peace in Dakshina Kannada

CJI Ramana, Karnataka CM visit Tirumala temple

‘Egg attack’ on Siddaramaiah: CM Bommai dials Siddaramaiah, collects information

K R Patkar resigns from president post of Shirva Gram Panchayat

‘Egg attack’ on Siddaramaiah: Nalpad warns BJP of fierce protest on failing to apologize

MUST WATCH

NEWS BULLETIN 18-08-2022

Viral video at Shivamogga

protest against siddaramiah at kodagu

Why young men and women mostly become drug addicts?

NEWS BULLETIN 17-08-2022


Latest Additions

Post communal violence, multi-party delegation calls for peace in Dakshina Kannada

CJI Ramana, Karnataka CM visit Tirumala temple

‘Egg attack’ on Siddaramaiah: CM Bommai dials Siddaramaiah, collects information

Ambedkar’s statue found damaged in UP’s Sitapur

I-T Dept allows taxpayers more time to claim credit for taxes paid outside India

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.