Flight operations at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport resumed on Wednesday (Jan 15) morning after a seven-hour suspension.
Flights on domestic and international routes had remained suspended since 3 a.m. The flights resumed around 10 a.m. after visibility improved, local media reported citing Beni Madhab Biswas, deputy director of Dhaka airport.
Thick fog often disrupts operations at the country’s airports during winter.
Between 3 a.m. and 10 a.m., three international flights, including a cargo plane, were diverted to Kolkata while there was no flight operation on the domestic route.
In the morning, a US-Bangla flight left for Kuala Lumpur after the fog lifted.