Updated  
June, 20 2013 11:03:13

Flights cancelled due to bad weather

LAM DONG (VNS)— One flight of Vietnam Airlines and one of VietJet Air were cancelled yesterday at Lien Khuong Airport in the Central Highlands of Lam Dong's Duc Trong District due to bad weather.

The Vietnam Airlines flight from Da Lat City to Da Nang City scheduled to depart at 8.10am was postponed till today.

The VietJet Air flight from Da Lat City to Ha Noi was expected to start at 11.25am but was rescheduled to 4pm today.

Passengers booked on the flights returned to Da Lat City to wait for their flights.

Nguyen Ngoc Duoc, head of the Vietnam Airlines branch in Lam Dong Province said a flight from Da Nang City to Da Lat City yesterday morning had to land in Khanh Hoa central province's Cam Ranh Airport instead of Lien Khuong Airport as scheduled because of bad weather. — VNS


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