Flights through Manila airport have been grounded in the wake of a devastating typhoon.
The Ninoy Aquino International airport was scheduled to close all its runways from 11am to 11pm on 3 December because of Typhoon Kammuri (Tisoy), which hit The Philippines on 2 December.
Fallout from the weather incident, which landed in Northern Luzon, is expected to continue until today (4 December).
The BBC has reported at least two people have died in the Mindoro area due to the storm, which carried winds of up to 96mph.
It has been reported that runways reopened at 6pm, but only to accommodate recovery domestic carriers back to Manila.
The FCO is advising people to check with their travel company before travelling.