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More than 350 flights cancelled as Typhoon Mitag makes landfall

Posted On: Oct. 3, 2019 6:14 AM CST

Typhoon Mitag

South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and the Korea Airports Corp. said that more than 350 flights were cancelled at Jeju International Airport on Oct. 2 as typhoon Mitag made landfall on the island province, KBS World reported. More flight cancellations could ensue as the typhoon approaches the Korean Peninsula, a ministry official said.

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