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Canceled

Canceled

A security personnel sits next to an empty airline check-in counters inside the Terminal 3 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Dec. 3, hours before the deadline of the closure of the airport due to Typhoon ‘Tisoy’. Typhoon ‘Tisoy’ lashed the Philippines with fierce winds and heavy rain, as hundreds of thousands took refuge in shelters and the capital Manila prepared to shut down its international airport over safety concerns. Airline staff hold placards announcing the cancellation of flights at Terminal 1 one of the NAIA. 

Canceled

Topics: Typhoon ‘Tisoy’ , Ninoy Aquino International Airport , cancel
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