If there have been delays in your country shown below, please allow an additional 5 working days for delivery.
A series of public events on 24/08 has resulted in the blockage of streets, meaning there has been disruptions to the processing of inbound, inbound, local mail and parcels.
Heavy rainfall has caused delays in road traffic in the Himachal Pradesh state as roads are closed due to flooding and landslides. This has been ongoing since 19/08.
Adverse weather affects flights: adverse weather has been affecting airport operations at Novosibirsk International Airport and Kemerovo Airport in Russia. An unspecified number of flights have been either delayed or cancelled. No timeline as to when the situation will normalise has been provided.
Slovenia and Albania-
There are 3 planned worker strikes for airlines servicing Slovenia, Albania and Kosovo on the 8th, 18th and 30th September. Delays will be experiences as a backlog and is likely to build.
Adverse weather has caused flight delays at Newark International, John F Kennedy International and La Guardia airports since 19/08. No timeline on this will yet normalise.
Hurricane Dorian to hit Florida: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency for 25 counties due to the approaching Hurricane Dorian. The storm is anticipated to strengthen further and make landfall on the east coast of Florida over the weekend. Expect strong winds, heavy rainfall and flooding as well as associated disruptions in the coming days.
Florida and The Bahamas-
Hurricane Dorian. Delays will be experienced on all inbound mail due to a category five hurricane affecting the area. Local infrastructure has been heavily damaged in the Bahamas, making deliveries impossible, while damage continues to impair the South coast of America.
The designated operator of Barbados, Barbados Postal Service, informs that with the approach of Tropical Storm Dorian, Barbados was under national shutdown as of Monday, 26 August. The situation has affected all mail and flights coming into and leaving Barbados.
Amazonian fires disrupt air traffic: Local media sources indicated that departures and arrivals have been suspended at Governador Jorge Teixeira International Airport in Porto Velho since the morning of August 26 due to low visibility resulting from the smoke of Amazonian fires. Some flights have been diverted to Eduardo Gomes International Airport but there is no indication as to when flights at Governador Jorge Teixeira International Airport will resume.
Adverse weather impacts road traffic: flooding due to heavy rain has disrupted several parts of Kyushu, with the Fukuoka, Saga, and Nagasaki Prefectures impacted the most. Several roadways are reportedly inundated with water and the Japan Meteorological Agency has issued its highest level warning for flooding and landslides for the region.