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Domestic flights to Batanes, Aklan cancelled due to bad weather

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MANILA, Philippines—Domestic flights heading to provinces in Northern Luzon were cancelled Monday amid the heavy rains spawned by the monsoon rains, the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) said.

Manila to Basco, Batanes—2P-084

Basco, Batanes to Manila—2P-085
Manila to Kalibo, Aklan—2P-081

Kalibo to Manila—2P-082

Meanwhile, The Philippine National Railways (PNR) has temporarily cancelled its operations due to heavy floods brought by the storm-enhanced southwest monsoon.

PNR authorities posted on its Twitter (PNR_GovPH) “all trips are cancelled as of this hour, due to floods in different areas. Sorry for the inconvenience.”

The Light Railways Transit (LRT) and Metro Rail Transit (MRT) remain operational despite the bad weather.

Supertyphoon “Odette” hit Batanes province on Sautrday with strong winds up to 300kph, the strongest typhoon to hit Batanes in 25 years.

According to Philippine Geophysical Astronmical Services Administration (Pagasa) official, after “Odette” affected the country, tropical storm “Pabuk” was on its way to Japan but it’s affecting the southwest monsoon.

Gilbert Aquino, weather observer from Pagasa, also said that the storm will not likely enter the country.


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