CT flights diverted due to fog
A heavy layer of fog hanging over Cape Town has caused flights to be diverted from the airport.
CAPE TOWN - Several flights into Cape Town International Airport were diverted because of heavy fog on Friday morning.
The Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) said a number of planes were unable to land because of poor visibility and were diverted to other airports.
They said this would have a knock-on effect on other flights.
ACSA's Deidre Davids said: "Flight diversions do cause a fair amount of inconvenience but it is always safety first."