Heavy fog over parts of England has caused havoc at several airports across the country as many flights have been delayed or cancelled completely.
Over 120 flights to and from Heathrow have been cancelled, and the BBC reports that a further 18 airports are experiencing 'severe to medium' disruption, due to a combination of the thick fog and the strike planned by air traffic controllers in France.
England is not the only country to be affected by the fog, with Poland also experiencing disruption to flights to Warsaw.
The Met Office issued a severe weather alert for October 22 and 23 across England, and reported that visibility could fall to 50 metres on high ground as a result of the fog.
According to the Daily Mail, a spokeswoman for Heathrow Airport claimed that the delays were mainly due to the increased landing time needed in such weather conditions, and that they had cancelled a number of flights to help ease pressure on the airport. She also stated that passengers were being offered alternative flights.
Passengers due to fly today or tomorrow are advised to consult their airline's website for further information.
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