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Cathay Pacific flights to Nagoya and Osaka (Kansai) impacted on Sunday due to Typhoon Jelawat

29 Sep 2012

(Hong Kong) Cathay Pacific announced that flights to and from Nagoya and Osaka (Kansai) will be impacted on Sunday, 30 September, based on the latest forecast for Typhoon Jelawat.

Nagoya Flights

The majority of Cathay Pacific flights to or from Nagoya will not operate on Sunday, 30 September. Flights will be rescheduled or cancelled per the following schedule:

Flight No. Routes Scheduled Time of Departure Status
CX536 Hong Kong to Nagoya 30 Sept 10:20am Rescheduled to 1 Oct 9:30am
CX532 Hong Kong to Nagoya 30 Sept 4:10pm Rescheduled to 1 Oct 8:10am
CX533 Nagoya to Hong Kong 30 Sept 10:15am Planned to operate as scheduled (Subject to change)
CX539 Nagoya to Hong Kong 30 Sept 4:20pm Rescheduled to 1 Oct 3:20pm
CX530 Taipei to Nagoya 30 Sept 11:55am Cancelled
CX531 Nagoya to Taipei 30 Sept 5:05pm Cancelled

All revised departure times on 1 October are tentative and subject to further changes. All times local.

Passengers whose flights have been cancelled are advised not to go to the airport on the original date of departure. Cathay Pacific 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.cathaypacific.com.

Osaka (Kansai) Flights

Cathay Pacific will delay its morning Osaka (Kansai) flight on Sunday (30 September) due to Typhoon Jelawat. The airline’s other Osaka flights on Sunday are currently planned to operate as normal. However, that is subject to any change in the storm’s speed, track and intensity.

The planned changes to Cathay Pacific’s Osaka schedule for Sunday, 30 September, are:

Flight No. Routes Scheduled Time of Departure Status
CX506 Hong Kong to Osaka 30 Sept 10:05am Delayed to 5:30pm
CX507 Osaka to Hong Kong 30 Sept 6:05pm Delayed to 11:15pm

All revised departure times on 30 September are tentative and subject to further changes. All times local.

Tokyo Flights

Currently all of Cathay Pacific’s Tokyo flights on Sunday, 30 September, are planned to operate as normal. However, that is subject to any change in the storm’s speed, track and intensity.

Cathay Pacific 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.cathaypacific.com. The airline regrets any inconvenience this may cause and hopes for passengers’ understanding.

The airline continues to monitor the situation for any further impact to its schedule. Passengers are advised to check the latest flight information on the airline’s website www.cathaypacific.com before departing for the airport.