Indian airlines are preparing for INR180-200 million ($4.1-$4.5 million) in combined losses resulting from days of heavy fog in Delhi, according to The Economic Times. Runway visibility was down to 100 m. as 35 arrivals and 50 departures were cancelled Tuesday, with another 61 diverted. The three-day total of cancellations and diversions reached 300, the paper said. Air Deccan said it has canceled 15-20 flights on each of the past three days and faces losses of more than INR40 million.

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