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Taal Volcano Manila Airport Disruption Update

14 January 2020

Last update: 14 January 2020 17:30 HKT (GMT + 8)

 

Following the eruption of Taal Volcano in the Philippines, Manila Airport (MNL) announced that it would close from late afternoon on 12th January until the morning of 13th January. This resulted in disruptions to some Cathay Pacific passenger flights. The following passenger flights, originally scheduled to depart on 12th January, were cancelled:

 

Outbound Flight Number

Scheduled Departure Date

Status

CX 903

12th January

Cancelled

CX 935

12th January

Cancelled

CX 939

12th January

Cancelled

CX 913

12th January

Cancelled

 

Manila Airport reopened yesterday afternoon and operations recovery is underway, subject to no further volcanic activity affecting the area. Shipments booked on these flights have been reallocated onto subsequent flights and are expected to complete their transit today.

 

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and communicate any changes in a timely manner. We apologise for any inconvenience to our customers.

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