Typhoon Talim approaches Taiwan

Today, Wednesday 13 September 2017, dozens of flights from and to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan have been cancelled due to the approaching typhoon Talim.

The cancelled flights are mainly the international flights from China Airlines and EVA Airways, the two largest airlines in Taiwan. Typhoon Talim is expected to reach the country with wind speeds of 137km/h today, Wednesday 13 September or tomorrow, Thursday 14 September 2017. We advise travellers to consult the relevant airline's website for the most up-to-date travel information and possible rebooking arrangements for your ticket. For assistance in (re)booking your ticket, please contact our Travel Consultants. They are available 24×7 and will be happy to assist you.

Source: China Airlines, EVA Airways

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