Two flights were cancelled at Aberdeen International Airport this morning due to heavy fog.
Several were called off last night and disruption continued this morning.
The 6.05am KLM flight to Amsterdam and the 6.55am service to London Heathrow were cancelled, although all other flights are scheduled to take-off as normal as the fog lifts.
Last night several planes were tracked circling over the Dyce airport as they struggled to land due to the adverse weather conditions.
Departures from the airport after 5.45pm on Sunday were cancelled by various airlines, leaving many people stranded.
Flights destined for Aberdeen had to be diverted to other airports, with flight from Manchester being diverted to Inverness after circling above Dyce for 45 minutes.
A spokesman for Aberdeen International Airport said: “We advise passengers to please contact their airline for the status of their flight.”