Five airports closed due to Storm Molave

The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) has decided to temporarily suspend the operation of five airports due to Storm Molave.

According to the CAAV, the four airports namely Chu Lai, Phu Cat, Danang and Tuy Hoa were closed from 6pm this afternoon, October 27, meanwhile Pleiku Airport will be shut from 9 pm on the same day.

Five airports closed due to Storm Molave

The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam has decided to temporarily suspend the operation of five airports due to Storm Molave.


Concerned agencies are asked to keep a close watch on other airports to consider the suspension in necessary cases.

Many airlines have announced to reschedule their flights on October 27-28 to ensure safety. National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines operated their flights between 45 minutes and five hours and 35 minutes earlier than scheduled today.

On Wednesday, Vietnam Airlines will cancel 104 flights from and to Vinh, Dong Hoi, Phu Bai, Danang, Chu Lai, Phu Cat, Pleiku and Tuy Hoa airports.

Meanwhile, Pacific Airlines has cancelled six flights on HCM City-Danang route and two on HCM City-Phu Cat route.

Bamboo Airways will suspend all flights from and to Danang until further notice.

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