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Dragonair Plans to Resume Operation for Taiwan Flights

02 Aug 2012

(Hong Kong) Dragonair announced that based on the latest weather forecast regarding Typhoon Saola, it plans to resume operation of Taiwan flights from 8:00 pm on 2 August (today).

The following flights will depart later today:

Flight No.

Route

Scheduled Departure Time

New Departure Time

(on 2 August)

KA454

From Hong Kong to Kaohsiung

1645

2000

KA450

From Hong Kong to Kaohsiung

2155

2015



The following flights originally scheduled to depart today have been delayed to 3 August (tomorrow):

Flight No.

Route

Scheduled Departure Time

New Departure Time

(on 3 August)

KA488

From Hong Kong to Taipei

2100

0500

KA432

From Hong Kong to Kaohsiung

0900

0515

KA433

From Kaohsiung to Hong Kong

1125

0735

KA455

From Kaohsiung to Hong Kong

1910

2220

KA451

From Kaohsiung to Hong Kong

0800

2230

KA490

From Hong Kong to Taichung

1215

0750

KA491

From Taichung to Hong Kong

1450

1030



Flights which have been cancelled are:

Flight No.

Route

Scheduled Departure Time

KA492

From Hong Kong to Taichung

1850

KA493

From Taichung to Hong Kong

2125

KA436

From Hong Kong to Kaohsiung

1240

KA437

From Kaohsiung to Hong Kong

1505

KA456

From Hong Kong to Kaohsiung

1850

KA457

From Kaohsiung to Hong Kong

2115

 


Passengers whose flights are cancelled are advised not to go to the airport. Dragonair will assist with alternative arrangements for affected passengers and they are advised to review booking changes and update their contact details for receiving the latest flight status updates via SMS or email in Manage My Booking at www.dragonair.com

Flights on 2 and 3 August may be subject to further changes.  Passengers are advised to first check the latest flight information on the airline’s website, www.dragonair.com, before departing for the airport.

Dragonair continues to monitor the situation closely and will issue further updates once more information becomes available. The airline regrets any inconvenience this may cause and hopes for passengers’ understanding.