Manila Airport closed

Manila Airport closed

Manila Airport had been closed at midday time right now. Why? US President Barak Obama arrived. 

President Aquino and President Obama
Picture courtesy of Malacañang Palace

Once again, this displays the position of stability in NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) in Manila. Visualize London’s Heathrow had to shut down just about every time a member of the Royal Family flies. The Queen would not be amused! God preserve the Queen.

Captain John Andrews, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippies reported, that the terminals will also be closed for President Obama’s departure tomorrow from 12:30 noon to 1:30 p.m. 

And indeed, Captain John Andrews is still deputy director of the CAAP. Perfectly, he skipped his own aim, FAA Cat.1, by only 3 months. This overlook is not way too undesirable, pondering in Filipino time.  But which is yet another tale.

Let’s celebrate the check out of US President Barak Obama in the Philippines

The United States and the Philippines have reached a 10-yr arrangement that would permit a larger US armed forces presence in the place as it grapples with progressively tense territorial dispute with China. 

No fly – No sail

A no-fly zone all around Ninoy Aquino Worldwide Airport (NAIA) has been declared during President Obama’s arrival today and his departure tomorrow.
Meanwhile, there is also a no-sail zone on Monday on  Pasig River, where Malacañang Palace can be located.

Brief: No fly, no sail, no Chinese. Have a wonderful remain in Manila, Mr. President.

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