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13 minutes ago, OnMyWay said:

No runway damage.  Control tower was damaged but they have a temporary solution.  

Binoculars?

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16 minutes ago, hk blues said:

Binoculars?

No, I think it was more sophisticated.  3D.  3 guys with binoculars.

Actually I think what I read was that the only control tower problem was a broken pane of glass so they may already have it fixed.

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Can't speak of the condition of the runway, but I live close enough to Clark to tell you that there are no take off's and landings going on today. 

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I just found this picture so maybe flights will soon be back to normal at Clark

clark airport.jpg

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6 hours ago, OnMyWay said:

.  Control tower was damaged but they have a temporary solution.

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1 hour ago, Jollygoodfellow said:

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Ah somebody moonlighting from the LTO/TMO

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FYI

PAL ADVISORY

PHILIPPINE AIRLINES·WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2019

Philippine Airlines is pleased to resume all flights to and from Clark International Airport starting tomorrow, April 25, 2019 (Thursday), following the decision of the Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) to reopen Clark airport for full normal operations.

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The Clark Air Base runway was constructed using US military standards.  When heavy military cargo planes land, it creates tremendous impact on the concrete. 

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14 hours ago, Jack Peterson said:

 Knowing where is relatively safe from Quakes can be difficult so as  I came across this fault line map I have put it here so that some may find of Interest;

philippine fault lines.jpg

 Jack:ohmy:

 Morning all :photo-109: (Stay safe those in the Bad areas:thumbsup:)

Notice that Palawan is west of the major fault lines which constitute the Pacific Ring of FIre. Palawan also does not get as high intensity typhoons as the eastern islands. In addition I don't think their are any volcanoes their either. So if your concern is being safe from natural disasters, Palawan is the place to live.

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8 hours ago, earthdome said:

So if your concern is being safe from natural disasters, Palawan is the place to live.

Just the threat of kidnap to worry about :wink:

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