Air­lines an­nounce flight ad­just­ments for Sun­day

The China Post - - LOCAL -

Ma­jor Tai­wanese car­ri­ers have an­nounced ad­just­ments to their flight sched­ules for Sun­day af­ter suf­fer­ing sev­eral dis­rup­tions be­cause of Typhoon Soude­lor, which bat­tered Tai­wan with tor­ren­tial rains and pow­er­ful gusts for most of Satur­day.

EVA Air­ways said flight BR189 from Tokyo Haneda to Taipei Song­shan will be can­celed, and some of its flights that were sched- uled to leave Satur­day evening will be post­poned to Sun­day.

They in­clude flights BR28 from Taoyuan to San Fran­sisco; BR16 from Taoyuan to Los An­ge­les; BR26 from Taoyuan to Seat­tle; and BR231 from Taoyuan to Surabaya.

TransA­sia Air­ways said all of its in­ter­na­tional and cross-strait flights will op­er­ate ac­cord­ing to sched­ule on Sun­day, but do­mes­tic flights de­part­ing be­fore 10 a.m. will be can­celed.

The 22 can­celed flights are GE207 and GE206 be­tween Kaoh­si­ung and Kin­men; GE210, GE211, GE2102, GE2111, GE212, GE213, GE2113 and GE2142 be­tween Kaoh­si­ung and Magong; GE231, GE232, GE233, and GE234 be­tween Taipei Song­shan and Kin­men; and GE501, GE500, GE503, GE502, GE5031, GE506, GE505, and GE5022 be­tween Taipei Song­shan and Magong.

China Air­lines said all its flights on Sun­day will op­er­ate as usual, but it asked pas­sen­gers to go to its web­site to keep track of pos­si­ble mi­nor de­lays on some of its flights.

Ac­cord­ing to the Civil Aero­nau­tics Ad­min­is­tra­tion (CAA), all 279 of Tai­wan’s do­mes­tic flights were can­celed on Satur­day, while 121 in­ter­na­tional flights were de­layed and 128 in­ter­na­tional flights were can­celed as of 5 p.m.

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