Bahrain’s air traffic returned to normal on Monday as weather conditions in the country stabilised.
This came after the cancellation of a large number of flights to neighbouring airports due to heavy fog which had engulfed the kingdom.
The Bahrain International Airport’s administration said in a Monday statement that the situation had returned to normal at the airport.
— The Ankara Times (@TheAnkaraTimes) January 1, 2018
The airport and Gulf Air said Sunday evening that it had canceled 35 flights and transferred four flights to Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait.
Bahrain Airport (BAH) is also affected – flights are diverting (e.g. to Dubai) pic.twitter.com/SAFC14J0YQ
— International Flight News (@FlightIntl) December 30, 2017
Located north of the capital Manama, it is the only international airport in the kingdom.