Philippines: Stranded passengers await flight updates following volcanic eruption

W/S Airport terminal jam-packed with passengers at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Pasay City, Manila
M/S Passengers waiting outside
M/S Display screen showing delayed and cancelled flights
C/U Display screen with all-cancelled flights
W/S Jam-packed airport terminal
SOT, German Pascua Jr., resident of Silang town near Taal volcano (Tagalog): "If you ask me, I don't want to go yet because of the situation back home. The eruption of Taal volcano gives me anxiety and I worry about my family because of the current situation."
M/S Passenger sitting inside lobby *CUTAWAY*
SOT, German Pascua Jr., resident of Silang town near Taal volcano (Tagalog): "You can't see anything except for the other vehicles. You can't even see the lanes because it's covered with ash. That was the situation last night."
M/S A mother attending to her baby in a pushchair
W/S Waiting passengers
SOT, Thomas and Caroline, passengers from Munich (German): "We have been here since five in the morning and we are waiting for information, which we only receive sparingly. It is really annoying, because I actually need to work on Wednesday."
M/S Display screens *CUTAWAY*
SOT, Caroline, passenger from Munich (German): "We are, I believe, still doing well."
Thomas, passenger from Munich: "Still very relaxed. Still relaxed, because it is very relaxing here, the people are very relaxed ..."
Caroline: "But we will see how it is at night!"
Thomas: "Without sleep I will be worse."
M/S Family sitting on the floor
W/S Parked airplane at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Pasay City, Manila
W/S Vehicle arrival area and departures lanes
Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Pasay City, Manila
SCRIPT
Passengers were left stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City, Manila, on Monday, as many flights remained on hold following the Taal Volcano eruption.
Despite the airport partially resuming its operations after suspending flights overnight, travellers were seen waiting at the departures hall and waiting for updates in front of the display boards.
Taal Volcano, situated on the Island of Luzon some 60 kilometres (37 miles) south of Manila, erupted on Sunday, spewing hot lava and ash, and prompting authorities to evacuate nearly 8,000 residents in the area.

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