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AirAsia cancels international, domestic flights

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AirAsia cancelled 21 local and international flights on Sunday due to tropical depression “Urduja.”

According to the advisory of AirAsia, 17 local flights and 4 international flights were cancelled due to bad weather in the Visayas.

AirAsia listed the affected flights as the following:

International Flights

Z2 0028 Kalibo – Shanghai, China

Z2 0029 Shanghai, China – Kalibo

Z2 0037 Incheon, South Korea – Kalibo

Z2 0038 Kalibo – Incheon, South Korea

Local Flights

Z2 219 Manila – Caticlan

Z2 922 Caticlan – Clark

Z2 921 Clark – Caticlan

Z2 220 Caticlan – Manila

Z2 0221 Manila – Caticlan

Z2 0222 Caticlan – Manila

Z2 0223 Manila – Caticlan

Z2 0224 Caticlan – Manila

Z2 550 Cebu – Caticlan

Z2 551 Caticlan – Cebu

Z2 0711 Manila – Kalibo

Z2 0712 Kalibo – Manila

Z2 0709 Manila – Kalibo

Z2 0710 Kalibo – Manila

Z2 0714 Kalibo – Manila

Z2 0715 Manila – Kalibo

Z2 0716 Kalibo – Manila

The airline said that they would provide updates as soon as they were available.

For the meantime, affected passengers could reschedule their flights within 30 days from their original departure or have a refund, AirAsia said. /cbb

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