Six flights between Singapore and South Korea retimed due to Typhoon Lingling: SIA

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SINGAPORE - Six flights between Singapore and South Korean cities Seoul and Busan were rescheduled on Saturday (Sept 7) due to Typhoon Lingling, Singapore Airlines (SIA) said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

SINGAPORE - Six flights between Singapore and South Korean cities Seoul and Busan were rescheduled on Saturday due to Typhoon Lingling, Singapore Airlines said.In a Facebook advisory, SIA said flights SQ612 and SQ600 from Singapore to Seoul were retimed.The departure time for SQ600was moved from 8am to 12.40pm.Flight SQ611, scheduled to depart at 11.20am from Seoul, was retimed to 9.35am.Planes in South Korea were grounded and thousands of homes left without electricity due to Typhoon Lingling.

Strong winds and rain from the typhoon affected the southern resort island of Jeju and southern mainland regions, according to the South Korean Ministry of Interior and Safety.Flight MI18, from Singapore to Busan, was renumbered to flight MI9876. The flight was scheduled to depart on Friday night at 11.35pm but instead departed on Saturday at 7am.The flight was originally scheduled to depart at 8.30am , but has been retimed to 3.25pm.

According to SIA, flights SQ608, SQ607, SQ602 and SQ603 operated as per their scheduled departure timings. SIA advised customers to update their contact details or subscribe to a mobile notification service to receive updates to their flight status.

 

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