Though improving, prevailing foggy conditions through Northern Tasmania have continued to wreak havoc on travel plans.
Hundreds of passengers were left stranded on Sunday when Jetstar and Qantas flights incoming and outgoing from Launceston Airport were cancelled, delayed, or diverted.
Many flights arriving and departing on Monday had a similar fate.
Launceston Airport general manager Paul Hodgen said a number of airlines were able to land and depart on Monday morning, including services from Melbourne and Sydney.
"Our optimism for a significant improvement in conditions this morning was misplaced, with the weather not improving as originally forecast by the Bureau of Meteorology," he said.
Mr Hodgen said he was onboard a flight to Launceston on Monday morning which, when flying over Bass Strait, was diverted when weather conditions deteriorated and the fog returned.
He said the flight was then diverted to Hobart where passengers were driven to Launceston by bus.
Mr Hodgen said fog was a seasonal occurrence in Launceston.
"A number of other airports around Australia have been similarly affected in recent days with high pressure conditions prevailing," he said.
"Having worked at the airport for over six years we often have the odd morning or evening fog but these days it is highly unusual for such conditions to persist."
Mr Hodgen said it was understandable that the impacts of uncontrollable weather events would cause frustration and disappointment for travellers, and airport staff did sympathise.
"In such situations the best advice is always to stay in contact with the operating airline who will be best placed to understand the current situation and forward plans," he said.
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