The country's capital Delhi and NCR were seen wrapped in a blanket of toxic smog. Amidst low visibility, Delhi International Airport Limited has issued an advisory for passengers and appealed to get updated flight information before air travel. According to news agency ANI, the overall air quality of Delhi was recorded in the very poor category today i.e. on Friday, as the AQI figure here crossed 300. At the same time, the air of Delhi was recorded in the 'poor' category on Thursday.
Due to dense fog in the national capital amid the onset of winter, flights are likely to be canceled and delayed at the Delhi airport. Due to the increasing effect of air pollution, the problems of air travelers can increase. However, all flights operated as usual till morning. Along with Delhi, NCR cities AQI has gone beyond 250 and close to 300. It was cold on Friday morning with light breeze. Along with Delhi, the effect of haze was also seen in Noida. Vehicle lights were seen burning during the day.
The Meteorological Department had expressed the possibility of improvement in the coming days as a result of possible increase in the speed of winds. But today i.e. Friday the overall air quality of Delhi was recorded very poor. At present, the movement of BS-3 petrol and BS-4 diesel vehicles in Delhi will be banned till November 13.