Full Power at NAIA Terminal 3 restored after 5-hour brownout- MIAA


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MANILA, Philippines - Full power has been restored to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 on Sunday morning, April 3, after more than 5 hours of brownout.

ull Power at NAIA Terminal 3 restored after 5-hour brownout

In an official statement posted on Facebook, Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said the terminal started operating on full power as of 2:00 AM, Sunday, following a technical glitch with the airport's electric source.

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A substation of Meralco at NAIA tripped causing Terminal 3 to lose power at 8:45 PM, Saturday.

The substation was able to relay stable power to the terminal starting 12:30 AM.

Terminal facilities were fully functional an hour and half later.

Passengers with affected flights were advised to get in touch with their airlines.

Meanwhile, the Airport Authority has apologized for this inconvenience.

"Measures are now being worked out to make sure that a power outage does not occur again in the future," MIAA said.

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