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Airline cancellations and additions (updated here)

Airline cancellations and additions (updated here)

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 JOINT INFORMATION CENTER


Release No. 7



May 14, 2015 (7:30 p.m. ChST)



TYPHOON UPDATE:  Airport reports flight cancellations, new flights added


United Airlines

Flight UA874, scheduled to depart Tokyo at 9:20 p.m. today has been cancelled. That is the only United Airlines flight scheduled for today that has been affected by Typhoon Dolphin. United Airlines cancelled all flights scheduled to arrive or depart Guam tomorrow.



In addition, Cape Air/United Express has cancelled all Friday flights.



The airline has added extra flights today to accommodate passengers booked to fly out of Guam tomorrow.



UA Flight 2059           -           Departs: 8 p.m. to Manila
UA Flight 2058           -           Departs: 8:30 p.m. to Chuuk
UA Flight 2057           -           Departs: 11:30 p.m. to Hong Kong



Customers can check flight status by going online to united.com or by calling United Reservations at 1-800-UNITED-1 (1-800-864-8331).





Japan Airlines

Cancelled flights scheduled for Friday. The airline will resume regular operations on Saturday and add extra sections to accommodate passengers scheduled to leave on Friday.





Philippine Airlines

No flights scheduled on Friday. Saturday flights remain unchanged.





Delta Airlines

The following Saturday flights have been cancelled:

DL608        NRTGUM

DL609        GUMNRT

DL294        KIX-GUM

DL293        GUM-KIX

DL626        NGO-GUM



The airline added flight 9857 from Nagoya to Guam on Saturday.





Korean Airlines

Early morning flights will continue to operate on schedule tomorrow (Friday) morning.

Korean Air Flight 111 from Seoul

Korean Air Flight 112 outbound to Seoul

Korean Air Flight 2115 from Pusan

Korean Air Flight 2116 outbound to Pusan

Korean Air Flight 734 outbound to Osaka





Jin Air

Jin Airlines Flight 643 and 644 to/from Seoul will operate on schedule.
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