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Weather Woes Cause Delays: Around 80 Flights delayed at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport Until 8:30 AM

Srinagar, Dec 30: In a challenging start to the day, approximately 80 flights at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport faced delays due to adverse weather conditions, according to reliable sources. The inclement weather, characterized by low visibility and challenging flying conditions, has led to disruptions in the flight schedule, causing inconvenience to passengers and prompting the airport authorities to implement precautionary measures.

Passengers are advised to check the status of their flights before heading to the airport, as the situation is dynamic and subject to change based on weather updates. Airport officials are working diligently to minimize disruptions and ensure the safety of both passengers and crew amidst the challenging weather conditions.
Additional updates will be provided to keep travelers informed about any further developments.

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