Japanese Volcano Disrupts Cathay Pacific Flights

The eruption of Shinmoedake Volcano in southern Japan, the first in 52 years, is reportedly disrupting flights in the region. Cathay Pacific Airways announced today, February 2, that its flights to and from Nagoya, Tokyo and Osaka would be hindered by delays. Passengers are advised to check www.cathaypacific.com for up-to-date information.

The blast, which not only toppled trees into the road, reportedly shattered windows about 15 miles a way. Those in the area are seeking refuge in shelters that have been set up in nearby areas.

Flights are expected to return to normal activity throughout the day.

Visit www.cathaypacific.com.

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