Flight operations resume as visibility improves

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Flight operations resume as visibility improves

 

Srinagar, Feb 24: The air traffic to and fro Kashmir resumed on Thursday after remaining affected for about two days due to bad weather following heavy snowfall across the valley, officials said.

The flight operations resumed at the Srinagar airport here this afternoon, the officials said.

They said the visibility at the airport improved from about 800 meters in the morning to about 1500 meters leading to the commencement of the operations.

Earlier, all flights were delayed in the morning while at least two flights were cancelled.

Kashmir valley received heavy snowfall, the first heavy fall of the season in the plains on Wednesday throwing life out of gear. All the flights on Wednesday were cancelled as the visibility was very poor.

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