Guernsey flights resume after days of fog disruption

Heavy fog at Guernsey Airport
Image caption The fog lifted on Saturday afternoon to allow flights in and out of Guernsey

Flights in and out of Guernsey Airport are back to normal after disruptions caused by three days of fog.

Thousands of passengers had their travel plans disrupted because of the fog.

Airport managers said 81 flights took off on Saturday after the fog started to lift at around lunchtime.

Flights to Alderney, Bristol, Dinard, Jersey and London Gatwick were among those affected by the disruption.

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