Original title: "mangosteen" attack! The capital airport will cancel the 143 flights tomorrow.

Source: Beijing time

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With the super typhoon "mangosteen" approaching the coastal areas of Guangdong, Fujian, Hainan and Hong Kong and Macao, Beijing Capital Airport will cancel flights to and from Guangdong, Hainan, Fujian, Hong Kong, Macao and Southeast Asia tomorrow (16), and passenger travel will be greatly affected.

The client correspondent of Beijing Daily learned from the North China Air Force Administration that the North China Air Force Administration (NAAC) received applications from several airlines to cancel the next flight due to typhoon this afternoon. Most flights between the capital airport and Hainan coastal areas of Guangdong, Fujian, and Hong Kong and Macao have been cancelled, and most flights between the Philippines have been cancelled. As at 19:30 p.m. on Sept. 15, North China Air traffic control accepted 143 scheduled flights cancelled by typhoon at Capital Airport on Sept. 16, including 73 outbound flights and 70 inbound flights. At present, many airlines have applied for cancellation of the 16 day capital airport entry and exit flights plan.

With the expansion of typhoon influence, more flights are expected to be affected. North China Air traffic control prompts the vast number of passengers, affected by the typhoon, tomorrow the capital airport flight plan changes greatly, passengers can contact the capital airport and airlines, in advance access to flight information and airport weather conditions, do a good trip planning.

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