News Manila's lockdown won't affect international flights

Manila’s lockdown won’t affect international flights


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Philippines has recently announced that its capital, Manila, will be put on lockdown. All domestic land, sea and air travel to and from the capital will be temporarily stopped.

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OFWs who are returning to the Philippines are worries about the impact of this on their flights. According to the announcement, international flights won’t be affected.

The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) will remain open to incoming and outgoing international flights but travelers can’t take domestic flights once in Metro Manila.

Those who will travel to provinces must fly via Clark International Airport and other airports outside the metro, the Philippine Star reported.

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