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Service Update Bulletin 4th April


International Services

Belgium: Update 1st April

Brussels airport remained partially closed until 3rd April. Airlines were forced to cancel all flights to and from Brussels.

Mail from Switzerland and Dietzenbach will continue to be routed by road. Entry point to Belgium for La Poste is Charleroi. Delivery of mail from La Poste is not affected.

Cyprus: Update 30th March

On 29th March Larnaka International Airport was closed to all air traffic due to a hijacking. This affected all inbound and outbound dispatches. The hijacking has now ended and Larnaka International Airport and the Cyprus Post exchange office have resumed their operations as of Wednesday 30th March.


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Services to France

A delay is expected for some mail due to an industrial action at the Les Pennes Mirabeau (13170), Nantes Rollin (44100) and Rouen Madrillet (76800) distribution centres.

Expect a one day delay for some mail from departments 02 and 80 to the entire territory due to a technical problem on the sorting centre of Amiens.

Expect a day’s delay for some letters from Department 60 to the entire territory. This is due to a technical problem in the Creil PIC sorting centre.

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UK Services 

Air, Road and Rail

Some mail posted in parts of London and South East England on Friday for delivery on Saturday in parts of the Midlands and the North West and North East of England may arrive later than planned. This is due to an accident on the M1 which resulted in a vehicle travelling from London’s Princess Royal Distribution Centre arriving late at the National Distribution Centre in Daventry.

Some mail posted in the PO, SO and SP postcode areas for delivery in parts of the Midlands, North West and North East of England may arrive later than expected. This is also due to the accident on the M1 on Friday causing a delay in mail from Southampton Mail Centre travelling to the National Distribution Centre.

Some mail posted in the EC, N, W1 and WC postcode areas for delivery in the far South West of England may arrive later than planned. This is due to a vehicle from London Central Mail Centre arriving late at the National Distribution Centre.

The rest of the UK network operated well over the weekend.

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