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La Poste, the designated operator of France, wishes to inform that the extreme weather conditions in the Caribbean, strongly affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria, have seriously impacted its operations in the following territories: Saint Martin (French part of the Island); Saint Barthélemy; Guadeloupe; and Martinique.
Situation on 20 September 2017:
· Saint Barthélemy: all addresses with postcode 97133: no postal services available until further notice;
· Saint Martin (French part of the Island): all addresses with postcode 97150: no postal services available until further notice;
· Guadeloupe: all other postcodes starting with 971: operations heavily impacted; expect delays in delivery services in most areas of the territory. Flights to PTP are often cancelled and/or dedicated to first aid response for the populations of Saint Martin and Saint Barthélemy;
· Martinique, postcodes starting 972: postal services are OK, but flights to this destination are also heavily impacted; expect delays and disruption. Read More >
Due to a damaged fuel pipeline at Auckland Airport, fuel supplies to all airlines are being rationed. This leads to the cancellation of some domestic flights and flights to Australia.
Additionally, some long distance flight services are making extra stopovers to refuel outside Auckland. Outbound international mail is flowing without restrictions, but with some additional stopovers on route.
It is estimated that it will take 10 to 14 days to repair the pipeline. Read More >
Due to the earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, inbound and outbound postal operations are suspended until further notice at Mexico City International Airport.
Local mail delivery in the affected regions south of Mexico City, mainly Chiapas and Oaxaca, will experience delays. Read More >