Winter's Here, IGI Plans To Cut Through The Fog
The Times of India Delhi|November 29, 2021
Delhi airport operator DIAL on Sunday said it was all geared up to deal with the winter fog in the capital, which may disrupt flight operations from mid-December — like it does every year.
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New Delhi:

While a ceilometer is installed at the airport to ascertain the fog depth in advance, air traffic controllers, airlines, ground handlers, the meteorological department, and the airport staff are working together to ensure that all terminals are prepared to deal with the situation.

But with the airport operator already struggling to maintain social distancing amid the increased passenger traffic, which according to the data accessed by TOI has touched 70% of the pre-pandemic days, the dense winter fog is likely to pose much bigger challenges.

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