The way information about service disruptions on the Tung Chung cable car attraction is announced and disseminated to the public will have to be improved, MTR Corporation chief executive Chow Chung-kwong said yesterday. Mr Chow called on the public to be understanding if the service was suspended intermittently because operation of the attraction is dependent on the weather. The rail operator owns the new Lantau tourism project. 'The safety of passengers always comes first,' he said in Changsha , where he was part of a delegation led by Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen visiting Hunan province . 'The cars will have to be stopped sometimes when the wind is too strong.' High winds disrupted the Ngong Ping 360 attraction at the weekend, its first in operation since a soft opening last Monday. 'Don't exaggerate the situation as there have only been two service disruptions so far,' Mr Chow said. Skyrail-ITM, which operates the attraction, reiterated that public announcements are made via MTR Corp on the Tung Chung line, which connects to the cable car terminal. Notices are also placed at the cable car terminals, and information is available on the Ngong Ping 360 website and hotline.