Jetstar Pacific announced on September 12 that it will continue to cancel flights to the Japanese city of Osaka until the end of September 20 as repair work is still underway at Kansai International Airport following the hit of Typhoon Jebi.
Low-cost airline Jetstar Pacific announced on September 6 that it will cancel four additional flights to Japan on September 7 and 8 due to the super Typhoon Jebi, which is ravaging Japan and has forced Kansai International Airport in the west to close for repair.
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines and low-cost airline Jetstar Pacific continued to cancel flights between Japan’s Osaka and Vietnam scheduled for September 6 after tropical storm Jebi struck the west of Japan, flooding Kansai International Airport.
The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines announced on September 4 that it will cancel its flights between Japan’s Osaka and the airports of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh during September 4-5 due to Typhoon Jebi in the west of Japan, which forced Osaka airport to suspend operations the same day.
(VOV) - Tropical storm Jebi has weakened to a tropical depression after moving to eastern parts of Vietnam’s northern region.
(VOV) - Tropical storm Jebi, which is regaining strength, is forecast to change its course and hit the north-eastern coastal provinces on August 3.
(VOV) - A tropical depression on July 31 strengthened into a storm named Jebi, becoming the fifth storm of its kind to be formed in the East Sea.