Imagen del Aeropuerto Tenerife Norte-Los Rodeos / DA

The incoming and outgoing flights at the two Tenerife airports have developed normally this Friday despite the intrusion of intense haze and strong winds in the Canary Islands, which, for the moment, has affected the islands of Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and and Gran Canaria.

This has been confirmed to this newspaper by Aena sources, although the situation could change tomorrow depending on the evolution of two adverse weather events that have forced the State Meteorological Agency to extend the yellow warning in the Archipelago, at least until Sunday.

However, the Twitter profile of Air Controllers (@controllers) has specified that the haze has reduced the visibility at the aerodromes of the eastern islands and that the same was beginning to happen in those of the western province, a fact that, however, has not caused operational problems.

The Aemet forecast for tomorrow indicates likely very strong gusts locally in the north and west of Tenerife, La Gomera and El Hierro and on the western slopes of the eastern islands, as well as the presence of haze, especially on the south-facing slopes.

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