Fog causes havoc at Liverpool Airport

Hotel News - 22/11/2005

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Passengers at Liverpool John Lennon Airport faced commuting misery yesterday as thick fog brought flights from the airport to a standstill.

The swirling mists meant the airport had to close from 10.00 GMT, leaving 9,000 travellers without their transport connections and stuck at the airport.

Airport hotels reported sell-out bookings, as passengers tried to avoid bedding down at the airport for the night.

Before you travel, it is always worth pre-booking airport hotel accommodation to avoid disappointment.

Poor weather and other events do occasionally cause delays and reserving your airport hotel room beforehand will guarantee you a bed.

Poor flying conditions also brought Manchester Airport to a standstill with up to 130 flights cancelled, delayed or for the lucky ones, re-routed, reports the Liverpool Daily Post.

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