With Xiamen crash, China has found a way to paralyze PH – Alejano
Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano was among the thousands of passengers whose flights were cancelled or delayed by the crash landing of Xiamen Airlines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) runway.
Xiamen Air flight MF8667 skidded off shortly around 11:55 p.m. Thursday due to heavy rains and it took authorities nearly 48 hours to remove the grounded plane and restore order in NAI’s operations.
Alejano was trapped in Bohol and this is what he did:
EXTRA CHALLENGE by Xiamen Air. 1. Spent another day in Bohol, 2. Rode on a boat to Cebu, 3. Took a cab to Cebu airport, 4. delayed flight for over an hour (so far), 5. Kuyakoy as much as you want w/ matching coffee, 6. hoping for d best (that d flight will not be further delayed pic.twitter.com/w1q4gtCdyX
— Gary Alejano (@GaryAlejano) August 19, 2018
So its no surprise that he was among the angry voices on Twitter slamming China for the massive chaos it brought on the Philippines. With too much time on his hands and his military thinking, you can’t blame Alejano for having dark thoughts on the matter:
Whew! Our flight was cancelled. We have to spend another day here in Bohol. I bet stranded passengers all over the country have Xiamen Air in their minds! Ayaw kasi mag park ng properly…The Chinese now have gotten the idea on how easy it is to paralyze the PHL transpo
— Gary Alejano (@GaryAlejano) August 18, 2018