Fog in Victoria affects at least four airlines

Oct. 23 is the fourth day in last week fog has cancelled flights

Heavy fog continues to roll into Victoria this morning, delaying or cancelling more than 10 flights out of the city.

On Oct. 23, Harbour Air’s flight schedule shows six flights to Vancouver Harbour before noon were cancelled due to weather. A flight at 12:30 p.m. could also face weather-related delays.

Helijet International Inc has also cancelled flights between Victoria and Vancouver on Oct. 23. It’s the fourth day in the past week that flight schedules has been affected by fog on Vancouver Island after delays and cancellations on Oct.19, 20 and 21.

READ MORE: See your great fog images from across Greater Victoria

At the Victoria International Airport, four flights were cancelled on Tuesday morning.

BC Ferries sailings haven’t been affected by the fog, because of the radar they use aboard their vessels, said BC Ferries spokesperson Deborah Marshall.

READ MORE: Small airline to make 12-minute international flights out of Victoria


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