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Hurricane Lane in Honolulu caused the port’s closure

Due to Hurricane Lane making landfall into Hawaii, the port of Honolulu and its terminal operations are closed since Wednesday 23 August, 1500hrs (HST), but is expected to resume on 27 August 2018.

Due to the port closure, JRS CORVUS 033 sailing on APL’s Aloha Express (AEX) service, will experience a delay in berthing/arrival in Honolulu, Hawaii (U.S.).

Port of Call
Original Berthing Expected Berthing
Honolulu, Hawaii (U.S.) 23 Aug 2018 27 Aug 2018 (Berthing time to be confirmed)

Please contact your local APL representative for any assistance or more information.

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