20 Sep '11, 1pm

Update on 21 September Japan flights affected by #Typhoon #Roke. SQ11, SQ12, SQ671 & SQ672 delayed. More details here

SQ 11 which was originally scheduled to depart Narita at 2050hrs on 21 September will now depart at 2150hrs the same day. It is estimated to arrive in Singapore about 0405hrs on 22 September. SQ 12 which was originally scheduled to depart Singapore for Narita at 0925hrs on 21 September will now depart at 1225hrs the same day. It is estimated to arrive in Narita about 2005hrs/21 September. It will then depart Narita at 2135hrs/21 September and is estimated to arrive in Los Angeles about 1550hrs/21 September.

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