Following a 6.1 magnitude earthquake that affected the areas the Manila and Pampanga in the Philippines, flights to/from the main airports serving the region were affected. The earthquake caused some temporary delays at the Ninoy Aquino Airport, while it caused damage to the Clark International Airport.

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