Taifun über den Philippinen und Vietnam

Typho­on Hai­yan is cur­r­ent­ly affec­ting the Phil­ip­pi­nes and is fore­cast to head across the East Sea and make land­fall with Viet­nam on Sunday, 10th Novem­ber. It is expec­ted to bring rough seas, strong winds and hea­vy rains to the coas­tal are­as of cen­tral Viet­nam (inclu­ding Danang, Hue and Hoi An). Due to its strength, it is cur­r­ent­ly cha­rac­te­ri­sed as a Super Typho­on.

Several hotels in Hoi An and Danang have alrea­dy advi­sed that they will move their cli­ents. Air­lines may also can­cel flights in and out of Hue and Danang over the next few days.

As a pre­cau­tio­na­ry mea­su­re, we are moving all our cli­ents out of cen­tral Viet­nam.

Our Viet­nam office is in the pro­cess of con­tac­ting all cli­ents in the area and making arrang­ments for their tra­vel out of cen­tral Viet­nam as well as con­tac­ting tho­se cli­ents who are sche­du­led to arri­ve in this area.

Taifun wütet über Philippinen

Tai­fun ‘Hai­yan’ stürzt die Phil­ip­pi­nen ins Cha­os: Der Wir­bel­sturm mit Wind­ge­schwin­dig­kei­ten bis 300 km/​h ist heu­te Mor­gen süd­öst­lich von Mani­la auf Land getrof­fen. Über Schä­den und Opfer ist noch nichts bekannt. Hun­der­te Flü­ge wur­den abge­sagt. Hai­yan ist einer der schlimms­ten Tai­fun welt­weit, er zieht wei­ter Rich­tung Viet­nam