Dense fog means visibilities will frequently be reduced to less than one quarter mile. If driving, slow down, use your headlights, and leave plenty of distance ahead of you. Fog and poor visibility remains in effect on the entire Kenai Peninsula for Tuesday evening and going into Wednesday. Both Grant and Ravn said they are on a delay as of 5:15 am, and will be notifying passengers. There is not estimate as to when flights might resume. Airlines are taking it by a flight by flight basis throughout the morning. All passengers have been notified of the cancellations and postponed flights. Both Grant and Ravn will be contacting passengers in the morning regarding flight times and delays. Updated 5am: Flights are delayed on Wednesday morning as heavy fog remains on the Kenai Peninsula and a dense fog advisory remains in effect at the Anchorage Airport. Original Post: Due to heavy fog conditions at the Kenai Municipal Airport all flights have been grounded for the evening. Both Grant and Ravn have experienced delays and cancellations throughout most of today, and have grounded all flights for the night. Flights are expected to resume in the morning once the fog has cleared. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Updated 8:00am All Grant flights are on time and running- Ravn is judging on a flight by flight basis. Updates will be posted as they are made available.