Incoming flights to Israel resumed landing at Ben Gurion Airport Thursday morning after 11 planes were delayed or diverted to other airports due to heavy fog earlier in the morning.
Only 11 of 25 flights were expected to land on time, according to Walla News. Eleven more flights were diverted to Amman, Jordan, and to Larnaca and Paphos in Cyprus.
Ovda Airport in the Negev was also accepting international arrivals rerouted from Ben Gurion, reported Israel Radio.
The Israel Meteorological Service issued a severe weather warning citing low visibility conditions over the Mediterranean Sea. The warning is in effect until 9 a.m. local time.