Airlines in China and Taiwan have either canceled or delayed flights for over the next few days as the region braces for Typhoon Nepartak, which is expected to make landfall on Taiwan’s east coast early Friday, then hit China Saturday. As of Thursday, Taiwan-based China Airlines and its subsidiary Mandarin Airlines have canceled 17 flights to several destinations throughout the region, such as Tokyo Narita, Beijing, Hong Kong or Singapore. Ten international flights have been canceled ...

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