Typhoon Kammuri closes Manila airport; Guam flights canceled

Courtesy Ninoy Aquino International Airport website

Typhoon Kammuri, which blew by Guam last week as a tropical storm causing minimal damage, is now battering the Philippines with 100 miles per hour sustained winds and gusts up to 140 miles per hour.

Philippine media are reporting that thousands of people have been forced into shelters and Manila’s international airport has been temporarily closed.

The flight schedule on the  Guam International Airport website shows that United has canceled its flight to Manila today. The Philippine Information Agency also advising that Philippine Airlines has also canceled its Guam flights today.