It is described as a super typhoon. After hitting the Philippines, and at least eight deaths, Haima was moving to Hong Kong and southern China on Thursday October 20. Air Mauritius has decided to postpone their flights to and from Hong Kong.
The flight MK 640, which was to take off from Mauritius on Thursday at 20:40 (local time) to Hong Kong, has been postponed to Friday. It will leave the island at 20:40 on that day. Therefore, MK flight 641 will depart Hong Kong at 12:15 PM on Saturday and is expected to Mauritius at 6:00 PM on the same day.
The national airline says among other things, in a statement, that passengers who have already purchased tickets for the flights mentioned above and who wish to cancel their flights can do so at no extra cost.