Clear
0 Selected+
Filters
Air
Luxury
Regulation
Operators
Agencies
City and finance
Destinations
Skills
Cruise
Technology

Hello! You are viewing your 1 free guest article this week


Please log in or join now for free, immediate and unlimited access to our award-winning online content. Find out more...

Join us
Already a member? Log in here

News

11 Sep 2018

BY Gary Noakes

Share
TRFBLI

Hurricane Florence: US braces as major storm approaches

The Carolinas and other parts of the US are bracing themselves for a “life-threatening” hurricane due to make landfall on Thursday.

Hurricane
Sharelines

FCO issues advice on approaching US hurricane

North and South Carolina are predicted to receive the full force of Hurricane Florence on Thursday morning, with coastal Georgia and Virginia also likely to suffer damage. Florence is currently a Category Four storm, with winds of around 140mph.

 

Evacuations have begun from coastal areas, with the National Hurricane Center warning: “Florence is expected to be an extremely dangerous major hurricane through Thursday.”

 

The UK Foreign Office has also issued a travel advisory. It says: “Follow the advice of local authorities in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Virginia, including any evacuation orders and monitor news and social media for more information.”

 

American Airlines’ flights from Heathrow to Raleigh/Durham were departing as normal on Tuesday.

Add New Comment
Please sign in to comment.
Show me more
TTG Media Limited.
Place of registration: England and Wales.
Company number 08723341.
Registered address: New Bridge Street House, 30-34 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6BJ
Scroll To Top