Air­lines out­line Typhoon Goni flight can­cel­la­tions

The China Post - - LOCAL -

Lo­cal air­lines said Satur­day that some of their flights had been dis­rupted due to Typhoon Goni, and more can­cel­la­tions and de­lays could be ex­pected Sun­day.

As of 5 p.m. Satur­day, 41 do­mes­tic flights and two in­ter­na­tional flights had been can­celed, while two do­mes­tic flights and three in­ter­na­tional flights were de­layed, ac­cord­ing to the Civil Aero­nau­tics Ad­min­is­tra­tion (CAA).

Strong winds and heavy rains were al­ready buf­fet­ing eastern Tai­wan and were ex­pected to con­tinue into Sun­day, caus­ing fur­ther flight dis­rup­tions.

Uni Air said it had can­celed its re­turn flight B7-853/B7-854 be­tween Taipei and Taitung, and flight B7-881 from Taipei to Kin­men.

Man­darin Air­lines said its flights AE391/ 392/ 395/ 396 be­tween Taipei and Taitung, and flights AE7931/7932 be­tween Kaoh­si­ung and Hualien will be can­celed.

China Air­lines said two of its Taoyuan Ok­i­nawa flights will de­part ahead of sched­ule — CI122/123 on Sun­day and CI120/121 on Mon­day.

Mean­while, all TransA­sia Air­ways do­mes­tic flights sched­uled to de­part from Taipei Song­shan Air­port be­tween mid­night Satur­day and 10 a.m. Sun­day have been can­celed, ac­cord­ing to the air­line.

All of its do­mes­tic flights to and from Hualien in Eastern Tai­wan have also been can­celed, it said.

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