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Super typhoon approaches Hong Kong

As Hong Kong is bracing for super typhoon Mangkhut this weekend, which could be the most intense storm ever to hit the city, both air/sea traffic from/to HKG will be affected.

The storm, which is forecast to be more powerful than any of the previous typhoons warranting Hong Kong’s highest warning signal, is predicted to pass within 100km of the city on Sunday. 

This will likely result in delays for both air and sea traffic from/to Hong Kong, especially from Sunday noontime onwards. 

We will continue to monitor the situation. Please contact your local Woodland team with any questions.

 

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