Clark International Airport is having issues with its navigational equipment after being struck by lightning several times.
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines issued a warning saying they were cancelling flights at 8pm after lightening struck the Doppler Radar system.
The delay to flights will remain in effect until 4pm on Friday. Numerous flights were diverted to NAIA and several others rescheduled landing in the early morning hours instead.
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