Cancelled flights due to Typhoon Ferdie
MANILA, Philippines – Several airlines cancelled flights as Typhoon Ferdie (Meranti) battered Taiwan and extreme Northern Luzon.
The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announced that the following flights have been cancelled as of 1 pm on Wednesday, September 14:
Terminal 3 – 5J 312/ 313 MNL-TPE-MNL (Manila-Taipei-Manila)
Terminal 1 – CI 711/712 KHH-MNL-KHH (Kaohsiung-Manila-Kaohsiung)
Terminal 3 – PR 2084/2085 MNL-BSO-MNL (Manila-Basco-Manila)
Terminal 2 – PR 2196/2197 MNL-LAO-MNL (Manila-Laoag-Manila)
Terminal 4 – M8 816/817 MNL-BSO-MNL (Manila-Basco-Manila)
Though Ferdie is already out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility, signal number 1 remains raised in Batanes. Moderate to heavy rain is still expected within the typhoon's 600-kilometer diameter.
The typhoon is also the strongest to hit Taiwan this year and has brought parts of the country to a standstill on Wednesday. – Rappler.com
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