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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
Inverness Airport chiefs and airlines are counting the cost of dozens of cancelled and diverted flights over the past three days due to a lingering, freezing fog hanging over the Highland capital's runway.
Suffering the same fate as Heathrow this time last year, Inglis Lyon, managing director of Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd, said: 'It was quite odd in that it was so dreadfully localised.
'On Monday we got just the one flight in, a private jet. Other than that, nothing moved.
'On Sunday we managed to get aircraft in, and then struggled to get them out. And it was a mixed bag …