Flights unable to land in Hanoi due to thick fog
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|On the afternoon of January 21, fog covered Vo Nguyen Giap Street. (Photo: Zing News)|
|In the morning of the same day, the entire area of the passenger terminal T1 Noi Bai International Airport was also in the thick fog. (Photo: Zing News)|
|The parking lot on the side of T2 station viewed from a distance of 200 meters. (Photo: Zing News)|
|Seen from the domestic station, the international terminal blurred under thick fog. As the Lunar New Year coming close, more passengers join traffic, causing mild congestion on the overpass in front of the T1 station. (Photo: Zing News)|
|The air quality on January 21 was bad due to high levels of non-diffuse dust and fog, which caused the haze in Noi Bai Airport area all day. (Photo: Zing News)|
|Due to the fact that the international commercial route has not yet been opened, the T2 station is still empty. (Photo: Zing News)|
|At the apron, visibility is limited. (Photo: Zing News)|
|According to the announcement of Vietnam Airlines and Pacific Airlines, many domestic flights of the two airlines were affected, causing lengthen waiting time for flights, changing take-off times at Noi Bai airport. (Photo: Zing News)|
|Meanwhile, Vietnam Airlines redirects 6 flights from Ho Chi Minh City, Pleiku, and Vinh to Hanoi to land at Cat Bi Airport (Hai Phong) and Da Nang. (Photo: Zing News)|
|From the area around the station, it was not possible to see the plane taking off. It is predicted that the fog situation will last for many more days before a new cold air wave spills over. (Photo: Zing News)|
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