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30 PH-Hong Kong/China flights canceled due to super typhoon Usagi

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MANILA, Philippines – At least 30 international flights were canceled on Sunday as super typhoon Usagi threatened Hong Kong and mainland China.

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) and the Department of Transportation and Communication made separate announcements on Twitter on the cancellation of flights going to and from Hong Kong and other parts of China.

MIAA said Cathay Pacific, China Southern, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific canceled their flights to and from Hong Kong, Macau, Xiamen and other provinces in China because of typhoon Usagi (local name Odette), which battered northern Philippines and Taiwan in the past few days.

Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific said in an advisory sent to media that flights from Cebu, Clark and Iloilo bound for Macau and Hong Kong were also grounded.

Canceled flights are as follows (Those marked with * are flights mentioned only by DOTC):

Cathay Pacific

CX 919/918 Hong Kong- Manila- Hong Kong
CX 902 Manila-Hong Kong
CX 913 Hong Kong- Manila
CX 905/904 Hong Kong-Manila-Hong kong
CX 912 Manila-Hong Kong
CX 901 Hong Kong- Manila

China Southern

CZ378 MNL-Xiamen etd 0840H

CZ 3091/3092 Manila-Canton-Manila

Philippine Airlines

PR336 MNL-Pudong etd 1130H

PR352 MNL-Macau etd 1200H

PR353 Macau-MNL*

PR306 MNL-HKG etd 1400H


PR330 MNL-Xiamen etd 1605H

PR310 MNL-HKG etd 1900H

PR382 MNL-Canton etd 2230H

PR311 HKG-MNL eta 0010H

PR383 Canton-MNL eta 0425H

PR353 Macau-MNL eta 1720H

PR336 MNL-Shanghai*

PR337 Pudong MNL eta 1940H

PR301 HKG-MNL eta 2005H

PR331 Xiamen-MNL eta 2145H

Cebu Pacific

5J 110 and 5J 111 MNL-HKG-MNL etd0755H/eta1240H

5J 118 MNL-HKG

5J 119 HKG-MNL

5J 362 MNL-Macau

5J 363 Macau-MNL

5J 240/241 Cebu – Hong Kong – Cebu
5J 150/149 Clark – Hong Kong – Clark
5J 370/371 Clark – Macau – Clark

5J 242/243 Iloilo – Hong Kong -Iloilo

Dragon Air
KA 932 Manila- Hong Kong

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