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Vietnam Airlines reschedules flights to Taiwan due to storm Haikui hinh anh 1Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi
(VNA)
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has
made adjustments to its flight schedule to and from Taiwan (China) on September
3 and 4 due to the impact of storm Haikui.

Specifically, on September 3, the airline
cancelled flights VN586 from Hanoi and VN580 from Ho Chi Minh City to
Kaohsiung. The departure times for flights VN578 between Hanoi and Taipei and
VN570 between Ho Chi Minh City and Taipei on September 3 were rescheduled to
land in Taipei after 10 hours on September 4 (local time).

On September 4, the airline cancelled flights
VN587 from Kaohsiung to Hanoi and VN581 from Kaohsiung to Ho Chi Minh City.
Flights VN579 from Taipei to Hanoi and VN571 from Taipei to Ho Chi Minh City on
the day were rescheduled to depart 4 hours later than originally planned.

A representative of Vietnam Airlines said several domestic flights in
Vietnam may also be affected due to the delayed aircraft arrivals. Passengers
affected by these changes will be supported by the carrier in accordance with
current regulations./.

VNA

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