Following an earthquake on Monday 22 April, Clark Airport (CRK), Philippines is closed until 11.40 on Wednesday 24 April.
“Clark International Airport is closed for 24 hours due to damage in the terminal. Operation is temporarily suspended except for en route flights,” she said, citing Jim Melo, president of state-run Clark International Airport Corp.
Clark Airport’s control tower also sustained a broken glass panel although the facility’s runway was not damaged by the quake.
Cebu Pacific spokesman Charo Lagamon said 18 Clark flights had been canceled, affecting some 3,000 passengers.
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila suffered no damage.
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