Flight operations remained normal at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi for the second consecutive day on Thursday even as the airport witnessed moderate fog.
"Flight operations were normal as there were no disruptions due to moderate fog witnessed in the morning. There were no diversions of flights, though there were some cancellations and delays due to operational reasons," airport sources said.
The visibility at the runway did not dip below 1100 metres on all three runways through the night when airport witnessed moderate fog.
Visibility on the third runway (29/11) dipped to 800 metres but it was above 1,200 metres on main runway (28/10) in the morning, the sources said. Delhi airport had witnessed dense fog for three consecutive days earlier this week, leading to delays in schedule of over 300 flights.