Typhoon Usagi: SIA urges passengers on flights to HK and Guangzhou to defer travel
Published on Sep 22, 2013 2:08 PM
Singapore Airlines has urged its customers booked on flights in and out of Hong Kong and Guangzhou on Sunday and Monday to defer non-essential travel, due to the impact of Typhoon Usagi.
In a Facebook post, the airline said flights on these two days may be delayed or cancelled. It will waive administrative fees and penalties for refunds, re-booking or re-routing, for customers holding confirmed tickets issued on or before September 22 2013, for travel to and from Hong Kong until September 23 2013.
SIA said it will continue to monitor the situation closely and provide updates.
Meanwhile, Cathay Pacific has also advised passengers to postpone non-essential travel from Sept 22 to Sept 23, and cancelled all flights into and out of Hong Kong.
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