LOOK: Cauayan Airport in Isabela sustains heavy damage
The Cauayan Airport in Isabela sustained heavy damage after Typhoon “Rosita” swept through the province on Tuesday.
Photos posted on the Department of Transportation’s (DOTr) official Twitter page, showed that the airport’s roof, ceiling, and tiles have fallen and debris was scattered across the airport floor.
LOOK: The Cauayan Airport in Isabela Province sustains serious damages after being hit by Typhoon Rosita.
Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) deployed a standby recovery team in Tuguegarao to… https://t.co/HuhUKpm54KFEATURED STORIESNEWSINFO
— DOTrPH 🇵🇭 (@DOTrPH) October 30, 2018
The DOTr said that the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) had deployed a team in Tuguegarao to conduct damage assessment as soon as the weather improves.
The agency added that they will expedite repairs to keep the airport operational if needed.
Security personnel will strengthen the existing security detail in Cauayan to ensure peace and order and secure CAAP’s vital installations and properties. /ee
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