Disruption Of AirAsia Flights Due To Typhoon Utor

Typhoon Utor in China

Disruption Of AirAsia Flights Due To Typhoon Utor

Due to the impact of Typhoon Utor and the associated severe weather conditions, AirAsia wishes to advise its guests that several flights to southern China have been cancelled. AirAsia guests are advised to check the latest flight information on www.airasia.com before departing for the airport as the situation can change rapidly and some additional flights not listed above may be subjected to delay or cancellation. The flights impacted on 14th August 2013 are:

KUALA LUMPUR/ MACAU
AK1058 KUALA LUMPUR – MACAU(0630 HRS)
AK1059 MACAU – KUALA LUMPUR (1045 HRS)

KUALA LUMPUR / SHENZHEN
AK1086 KUALA LUMPUR – SHENZHEN (0635 HRS)
AK1087 SHENZHEN – KUALA LUMPUR (1125 HRS)

KUALA LUMPUR / HONG KONG
AK1656 KUALA LUMPUR – HONG KONG (0710 HRS)
AK1657 HONG KONG – KUALA LUMPUR (1145 HRS)

KUALA LUMPUR / GUANGZHOU
AK1012 KUALA LUMPUR – GUANGZHOU (0535 HRS)
AK1013 GUANGZHOU – KUALA LUMPUR (1020 HRS)

KOTA KINABALU / HONG KONG
AK1641 KOTA KINABALU – HONG KONG (0630 HRS)
AK1642 HONG KONG – KOTA KINABALU (0955 HRS)

BANGKOK (DMK) – HONG KONG
FD2508 BANGKOK (DMK) – HONG KONG (0635 HRS)
FD2509 HONG KONG – BANGKOK (DMK) (1045 HRS)

BANGKOK (DMK) – MACAU
FD2540 BANGKOK (DMK) – MACAU (0635 HRS)
FD2541 MACAU – BANGKOK (DMK) (1110 HRS)
FD2542 BANGKOK (DMK) – MACAU (1010 HRS)
FD2543 MACAU – BANGKOK (DMK) (1415 HRS)

PHILIPPINES (CRK) – HONG KONG
PQ7305 CLARK – HONG KONG (0710 HRS)
PQ7306 HONG KONG – CLARK (0935 HRS)

Guests that are affected by the cancellations of these flights will be offered options to move to the next available flight. Each affected guest will be notified via their registered member email account on the AirAsia website, as well as an SMS notification of the cancellations. AirAsia strongly urges all guests to keep their email addresses and mobile numbers with their country code prefix updated in their AirAsia member profiles to ensure that we can contact them to provide notification and assistance.

Guests can also get in touch with AirAsia’s Customer Care Team via social media by simply tweeting to twitter.com/AskAirAsia for further enquiries about these flight cancellations. AirAsia will continue to monitor the weather conditions and will issue further updates should there be any further changes to our flight schedule.

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