January 25, 2011
If you spent the day skiing or hiking, you likely missed the fog that blanketed the city on Sunday. Reports from Harper Mountain and even Kenna Cartwright Park were of a bright, sunny day. The planes attempting to land in Kamloops that day must have been flying in clear skies, only to be stymied by the fog below. But modern planes are high-tech wonders, aren’t they? Shouldn’t that be able to land and take off despite the fog? An article at the BBC website explains everything.
Go to: Why fog causes airport chaos