Techniques of dispersing warm fog operationally at commercial airports are reviewed. The charged particle technique is emphasized. Experiments and analytical studies previously carried out to prove the charge particle fog dispersal system concept are described. Disagreements between existing theories are identified and to the extent possible resolved. Experimental and analytical work necessary to fully establish the viability of the charged particle technique for aviation operations are outlined. Finally, a simple cost comparison between the thermal systems and charged particle systems is made.