Poor visibility forces several flights to be diverted


Still hazy: The Kuala Lumpur International Airport has been shrouded by thick haze with the API readings at 163 yesterday. — Bernama

GEORGE TOWN: Several flights were disrupted as visibility in the northern region of the peninsula fell to the lowest this year.

An AirAsia spokesman said two flights were unable to land at the Penang International Airport as the haze caused visibility to drop below the minimum level.

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