Airlines in Taiwan cancelled some flights on Wednesday (Sep 13) as the island braced for Typhoon Talim, which has the potential to become a super typhoon.
Talim was expected to gain in strength as it swept towards the capital and other cities, including New Taipei and Yilan, lashing them with strong wind and heavy rain, the Central Weather Bureau said.
Maximum wind expected to speeds up to 137kmh and gusts of up to 173km/h.
China Airlines and EVA Airways, Taiwan’s two largest carriers, said they would cancel some inbound and outbound international flights scheduled for later on Wednesday.
According to Airport Webcams, there are some Go-arounds and Holds at Naha..
— Airport Webcams (@AirportWebcams) September 13, 2017