National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will adjust flights from/to Busan of the Republic of Korea and Fukuoka of Japan on July 3 due to typhoon Prapiroon which is raging in the Korean Peninsula (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will adjust flights from/to Busan of the Republic of Korea and Fukuoka of Japan on July 3 due to typhoon Prapiroon which is raging in the Korean Peninsula.

Accordingly, four flights from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to Busan on July 3 will be cancelled, which are VN426, VN427, VN422 and VN423, along with two flights from Hanoi to Fukuoka - VN356 and VN357.

Vietnam Airlines will launch make-up flights from Vietnam to Busan on the night of July 3 and flights from Busan to Vietnam on July 4. The carrier will use Airbus A350 for those flights instead of A330 to serve affected passengers.

Flights from/to Fukuoka will be operated on July 4, and passengers of affected flights will be put on the new ones free of charge.

Vietnam Airlines will closely monitor the weather to notify its passengers. Besides, passengers with travel plans to airports in Busan and Fukuoka during this time are advised to update information on the weather and the airline’s schedule.

For more information, passenger should check the website www.vietnamairlines.com and the airlines’ Facebook page. Passengers can contact its booking office nationwide or use the hotline 1900 1100 to receive the latest information. - VNA