Philippines Civil Aviation Authority has said that they are rerouting several flights over the Philippines Air Space to avoid a rocket the North Korea is going to launch between the next week or two.
Flights that will be rerouted by Philippines Civil Aviation Authority include Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, All Nippon Airways as well as others that use Philippines air space. Floramel Joy Songsong, spokeswoman for the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, said the agency will temporarily close three northeastern air corridors, which will result in an additional 20 minutes of travel time for the airlines.
In addition to all the airlines that are changing, ships, which include fishing boats should be avoiding the northeastern territorial water ways where rocket debris may fall. A good idea I might add in lew of the fact that North Korea can not take care of their own economy, so how can they manage a big rocket ship?
The first phase of the rocket is expected to fall into the Yellow Sea southwest of South Korea, and the second into the ocean about 140 kilometers (87 miles) east of the Philippines’ main northern island of Luzon.
So many problems, so many argues…We should all listen to that omni present American orical that coined the phrase, “Can’t we all just get along?”…Rodney King