Philippine Airlines Fly despite Typhoon Haiyan

We are concerned about the impact that occurred in the area of ​​Tacloban, Cebu, Philippines, like seeing a ghost town without inhabitants. Residents in the area have been evacuated to various places.

Typhoon Haiyan crashing on Friday, November 8, 2013, but apparently did not significantly affect the air traffic, especially international flights.

For example the Philippine Airlines, the disaster of typhoon did not make international flights were canceled. The news cites from a tourist site, Guntur, Marketing Communication Philippine Airlines (PAL) in Jakarta, "Typhoon in the Philippines does not have much effect on international flights." he said.

Philippine Airlines have international route from Asia such as China, Hong Kong, Macau, Korea, Japan, India, and Jakarta. The absence of international cancellations for the Philippines, he said, because the location of the storm is quite far from the main airport in Manila, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

While some time ago the influence of typhoon could make some airlines canceled flights, occurred in flight on domestic routes. But now everything is normal, the tourists for the Philippines would be able to rearrange their travel.

(Source PAL, travelKompas /Images PAL, E Rice - wikipedia)


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