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Bad weather disrupts domestic flights

The Manila Times 22 Jul 2024
Several flights were canceled Monday because of the bad weather, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said. The MIAA said PAL Express 2P2932/2P2033 from Manila to Basco ...
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'Carina', 'habagat' ground 12 domestic flights

Sun Star 22 Jul 2024
MANILA – Twelve domestic flights were canceled on Monday due to rain showers and strong winds ... The Manila International Airport Authority said the canceled flights as of 10.50 a.m.
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LIST: Canceled flights for July 22 due to bad weather

The Philadelphia Inquirer 22 Jul 2024
MANILA, Philippines — Some flights were canceled since Monday morning due to inclement weather, the Manila International Airport Authority (Miaa) announced.
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LIST: Flights canceled on July 22 due to 'Carina'

The Philippine Star 22 Jul 2024
The Manila International Airport Authority on Monday announced that some domestic flights�have been�canceled�due to the inclement weather brought by Severe Tropical Storm Carina (International name. Gaemi) ....
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Remains of three Filipinos who died in Kuwait fire return home

The Peninsula 21 Jul 2024
Doha, Qatar ... Relatives, accompanied by Philippine officials, received the remains at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila. "This is a tragic incident for the families of the victims ... .
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Bongbong is Noynoy 2.0

The Manila Times 21 Jul 2024
PRESIDENT Marcos Jr ... Ninoy ... Ople ... That didn't happen, and Ninoy was killed just as he was being escorted out of the plane that had landed at the Manila International Airport — by a single Magnum.357 bullet that tore through the base of his skull ... Lie ... X.
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Still due to massive IT outage, various flights canceled for July 20

The Philadelphia Inquirer 20 Jul 2024
The Manila International Airport Authority (Miaa) said several flights were canceled Saturday due to technical issues related to the ...
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More canceled domestic, intl flights due to global IT outage – MIAA

The Manila Times 20 Jul 2024
... canceled their flights following a massive IT outage on Friday that caused chaos at airports, banks and businesses across the globe, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said Saturday.
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Savoy Hotel Manila celebrates six years of excellence, to hold Cebu Food Festival

The Manila Times 20 Jul 2024
Savoy Hotel Manila continues to redefine what it means to be the Philippines' premier airport hotel as it celebrates its sixth anniversary ... Don't miss this opportunity to indulge in Cebu's culinary delights right in Manila.
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24 hours in Manila: How to enjoy culture, food, nightlife and more

Khaleejtimes 20 Jul 2024
With both Abu Dhabi and Dubai offering direct flights to the Filipino capital, many UAE travellers simply change flights to the islands in Manila, and don’t even leave the airport ... from the airport.
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BSP assures public outage being addressed

The Manila Times 20 Jul 2024
The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said on Saturday that more domestic and local flights were canceled even as computer systems worldwide were slowly getting back online following the ...
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Photos: Airlines resume services after global IT crash caused by Microsoft-CrowdStrike issue wreaks havoc

Gulf News 20 Jul 2024
Sydney domestic airport. By Saturday, services in Australia had mostly returned to normal, but Sydney Airport was still reporting flight delays ... Adolfo Suarez Madrid–Barajas Airport in Madrid ... Ninoy Aquino International airport in Manila.
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HEADLINES: BBM signs anti-scam, procurement laws| July 21, 2024

The Manila Times 20 Jul 2024
The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said on Saturday that more domestic and local flights were canceled even as computer systems worldwide were slowly getting back online following the ...

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