Seawater rises as storm Jongdari hits Japan's Chiba Prefecture (Photo: VNA)
 
Hanoi (VNA) - The national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has announced its plan to adjust the schedule of flights to and from airports in Japan on July 29 due to storm Jongdari.

Accordingly, the carrier starts six flights later than previously scheduled for the routes between Ho Chi Minh City/Hanoi and Nagoya/Osaka from one and half an hours to seven hours. The affected flights are VN340, VN346, VN320, VN330, VN321 and VN331.

The carrier will continue to follow weather conditions and update passengers on further flight schedule adjustments.

It recommends passengers who intend to travel to or from Japan follow the storm’s movement and the carrier’s latest announcement via http://www.vietnamairlines.com and its booking agents nationwide or call its hotline 19001100. -VNA