Flights at Tawau airport back to normal


No relief yet: A thick haze still covering Tawau town.

KOTA KINABALU: Flight operations in and out of Tawau airport in Sabah returned to normal though thick haze conditions kept schools in the south-eastern district closed.

Tawau airport manager Yakub Abu Bakar said that air traffic operations were not disrupted as visibility improved from less then a kilometre early yesterday to three kilometres.

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