Infrastructure

More flight cancellations in prospect as wind buffets Wgtn airport

Dan Brunskill
Tue, 03 Dec 2019

Dan Brunskill
Tue, 03 Dec 2019
More cancellations of flights in and out of Wellington are in prospect this afternoon, with gale force winds forecast to persist until early evening. Air New Zealand cancelled most of its flights into and out of the capital this morning due to severe winds, although it has not yet cancelled flights scheduled for this afternoon. Jetstar and Sounds Air services have been operating and a small number of Air NZ services were able to depart.However, the Metservice warns that winds will get stronger, and a spokesperson said gusts of up to 91 kil...

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