The thick haze from uncontrolled forest fires, which disrupted flights last week at airports on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, resurfaced Friday resulting in more airport closures. Officials have canceled all flights to and from Sultan Syarif Kasim airport in the province capital of Pekanbaru, only days after it had reopened following a previous “Dangerous-Red” visibility closure. Sultan Syarif Kasim, one of the key hubs for regional transport in Sumatra, serves some 16 local ...

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