Typhoon warning in southeast China
October 22nd, 2010 by elisa

There are warnings of a 110mph typhoon that is heading towards southeast China this weekend. Flights to the area, including Hong Kong could be disrupted.

Hong Kong should escape the full force of the storm, according to forecasts. This typhoon could be the strongest to hit the northwest Pacific for two decades and some flooding is expected.

Cathay Pacific said its services are expected to remain normal, but flights might be delayed or diverted due to strong winds and heavy rain at Hong Kong International Airport.

Some flights from Guanzhou have been cancelled already by China Southern Airlinesbecause of Typhoon Megi, which has already caused torrential rail and flooding in Taiwan.

Passengers are advised to check flight status updates before leaving for the airport this weekend.

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