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Air traffic in Taiwan was seriously disrupted Saturday due to Typhoon Soudelor, which
had been battering the island with gusty winds and torrential rains since late Friday, according to the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA).
All 279 domestic flights were canceled for Saturday and as of 11am, 37 international flights were canceled and 68 international flights were delayed, the CAA said.
Several Taiwanese carriers also extended flight adjustments for Saturday due to severe weather conditions.
EVA Airways, which originally said all its international flights will operate as usual on Saturday, announced cancellations on its flights BR190, BR189, B7268, BR267, BR835, BR836, BR120, BR119, BR807 and BR808.
V Air said that its ZV9006 flight will be delayed for another day for departure at 9:35am Sunday and another flight ZV6032 has been delayed until 10:15am on Sunday. [FULL STORY]