Those flying this evening have been urged to check the latest flight information with their airline.
A Ryanair flight destined for Dublin Airport was diverted earlier today due to poor weather conditions - writes dublinlive.ie.
The flight from Glasgow to Dublin was diverted to Liverpool due to low visibility in Dublin.
According to a Ryanair spokesman: "The aircraft landed normally, customers remained on board and the flight is due to depart to Dublin shortly.
"Ryanair apologised to customers for any inconvenience caused by this weather diversion, which was entirely beyond our control."
Flights were delayed yesterday as a result of the heavy fog but so far today the only disruption to normal scheduling has been this diverted flight.
A Status Orange Weather Warning remains in place for Dublin until 2am as the heavy fog makes travelling conditions extremely difficult across the capital.
Drivers have been urged to use caution and those travelling abroad have been asked to check the latest flight information with their airline.
An Aer Lingus spokeswoman added: "Due to fog at Cork and Knock airports today two flights were diverted, there was one flight cancellation and one delayed service.
"Our Dublin services are operating to schedule as things stand."
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