Accordingly, passengers on four flights namely VJ822, VJ823, VJ932, VJ933 between Hanoi/Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo (Narita) at night on October 11 and in the morning of October 12, will be scheduled for other flights when the weather is better.
Vietjet also rescheduled 16 hours later for flights VJ828, VJ829, VJ938 and VJ939 between HCM City/Hanoi and Osaka on October 12; and five hours later for flights VJ822, VJ823, VJ932, and VJ933 between HCM City/Hanoi and Tokyo, which was planned to depart at night on October 12 and in the morning October 13.
Passengers can visit the airline’s website www.vietjetair.com for further information.
Hagibis is forecast to be the strongest storm to hit Tokyo since 1958.
Over 1,000 flights in Japan have been canceled or rescheduled due to effects caused by the storm, according to Reuters and Bloomberg.