Philippines-Typhoon Kammuri/Airport

Typhoon forces Manila airport to close

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Manila, Philippines - Dec 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Ninoy Aquino International Airport
2. Airport staff in room
3. Passengers walking into terminal
4. Fallen signs in rain
5. Various of airport staff clearing rain, passengers
6. Passengers waiting outside terminal
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Faisal Ali, passenger:
"My flight is from Manila to Zamboanga actually, but I cannot expect the cancellation of my flight at this moment. ++JUMP CUT++I think I'll probably stay here in Manila. I spent four days like that [here]. "
8. Vehicles, passengers outside terminal
9. Various of passengers, airport staff outside terminal
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard Martin, passenger:
"My flight to Australia has been canceled on Qantas [Airlines], but I've been transferred to a Cathay flight to Hong Kong and then transfer to Melbourne tomorrow. ++JUMP CUT++ I can stay in the departure [lounge], that's OK. They might put me up in a hotel, I don't know."
11. Passengers passing security check
12. Various of passengers waiting outside terminal
13. Various of vehicles, police car outside terminal

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Typhoon Kammuri on Tuesday lashed the Philippines with fierce winds and heavy rain, forcing the capital Manila to shut down its international airport over safety concerns.

Typhoon Kammuri made its way westwards after landing on Luzon on Monday evening.

Due to the high winds, Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport closed all four terminals from 11:00 to 23:00 on Tuesday, and canceled at least 499 flights, affecting about 100,000 passengers.

The airport authorities said the closure may be extended if the weather does not turn better and advised passengers not go to the airport unless they get the take-off information.

"My flight is from Manila to Zamboanga actually, but I cannot expect the cancellation of my flight at this moment. I think I'll probably stay here in Manila. I spent four days like that [here]," said Faisal Ali, a passenger.

"My flight to Australia has been canceled on Qantas [Airlines], but I've been transferred to a Cathay flight to Hong Kong and then transfer to Melbourne tomorrow. I can stay in the departure [lounge], that's OK. They might put me up in a hotel, I don't know," said Richard Martin, a passenger.

Typhoon Kammuri landed in Marinduque the third time at 08:30 Tuesday, bringing storm tide as high as three meters to places including Batangas and Cavite, said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.

By 10:00, Kammuri remained strong, with sustained winds of up to 155 kilometers per hour, and maximum gusts of 235 kilometers per hour as it tracked west at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour.

It will enter South China Sea after storming Mindoro.

So far, hundreds of thousands of residents have been relocated.

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Philippines-Typhoon Kammuri/Airport

Typhoon forces Manila airport to close

Dateline : Dec 3, 2019

Location : Manila,Philippines

Duration : 2'01

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Manila, Philippines - Dec 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Ninoy Aquino International Airport
2. Airport staff in room
3. Passengers walking into terminal
4. Fallen signs in rain
5. Various of airport staff clearing rain, passengers
6. Passengers waiting outside terminal
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Faisal Ali, passenger:
"My flight is from Manila to Zamboanga actually, but I cannot expect the cancellation of my flight at this moment. ++JUMP CUT++I think I'll probably stay here in Manila. I spent four days like that [here]. "
8. Vehicles, passengers outside terminal
9. Various of passengers, airport staff outside terminal
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard Martin, passenger:
"My flight to Australia has been canceled on Qantas [Airlines], but I've been transferred to a Cathay flight to Hong Kong and then transfer to Melbourne tomorrow. ++JUMP CUT++ I can stay in the departure [lounge], that's OK. They might put me up in a hotel, I don't know."
11. Passengers passing security check
12. Various of passengers waiting outside terminal
13. Various of vehicles, police car outside terminal


Typhoon Kammuri on Tuesday lashed the Philippines with fierce winds and heavy rain, forcing the capital Manila to shut down its international airport over safety concerns.

Typhoon Kammuri made its way westwards after landing on Luzon on Monday evening.

Due to the high winds, Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport closed all four terminals from 11:00 to 23:00 on Tuesday, and canceled at least 499 flights, affecting about 100,000 passengers.

The airport authorities said the closure may be extended if the weather does not turn better and advised passengers not go to the airport unless they get the take-off information.

"My flight is from Manila to Zamboanga actually, but I cannot expect the cancellation of my flight at this moment. I think I'll probably stay here in Manila. I spent four days like that [here]," said Faisal Ali, a passenger.

"My flight to Australia has been canceled on Qantas [Airlines], but I've been transferred to a Cathay flight to Hong Kong and then transfer to Melbourne tomorrow. I can stay in the departure [lounge], that's OK. They might put me up in a hotel, I don't know," said Richard Martin, a passenger.

Typhoon Kammuri landed in Marinduque the third time at 08:30 Tuesday, bringing storm tide as high as three meters to places including Batangas and Cavite, said the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.

By 10:00, Kammuri remained strong, with sustained winds of up to 155 kilometers per hour, and maximum gusts of 235 kilometers per hour as it tracked west at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour.

It will enter South China Sea after storming Mindoro.

So far, hundreds of thousands of residents have been relocated.

ID : 8128895

Published : 2019-12-03 16:28

Last Modified : 2019-12-04 16:03:21

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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