THAI cancels flights to Osaka on Saturday and Sunday due to Typhoon Trami
Thai Airways International has suspended all flights to and from Osaka on Saturday and Sunday due to the closure of Kansai airport in the face of threats from Typhoon Trami.
THAI’s vice president for aviation safety and security Pratthana Pattanasiri said Saturday that Typhoon Trami was forecast to make landfall in Japan on Sunday, forcing Kansai airport to be closed temporarily and all flights to be suspended.
He said THAI decided to cancel a flight to Osaka which was scheduled to leave Bangkok at 11.30 pm on Saturday. The return flight from Osaka which was scheduled leave Kansai airport at 11.45 am on Sunday was also cancelled.
Flight to Osaka on Sunday which was scheduled to leave Suvarnabhumi international airport at 8.25 am and the return flight from Osaka at 5.55 pm local time were also cancelled.
THAI said it would resume normal service as soon as the Kansai is reopened.