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the speech act of revoking or annulling or making void

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Many reasons which could be responsible for flight delays and cancellations include:
Cathay Pacific, meanwhile, also announced cancellation of CX 976 and CX 912 MNL-HKG flights scheduled for August 6.
"The revision only applies if the change or cancellation is made within 0-3 days of the travel dates.
LTFRB Chairman Martin Delgra III said on Thursday the decision to suspend the imposition of cancellation fees came after they met with representatives of Grab and other transport network companies (TNCs) earlier this week.
In a statement, Grab public affairs manager Nicka Hosaka said the ride-hailing company and other TNCs have agreed to maintain the status quorequested by the LTFRB until the regulatory body issues guidelines on the cancellation policy.
As part of its 'Better Everyday' commitment, Grab continues to intensify its efforts to further reduce cancellations by promoting responsible use of its services, specifically unreasonable cancellation behavior, Grab Philippines President Brian Cu said in a statement.
Passenger Timeout - After excessive cancellations, the passenger's account will temporarily be suspended for 24 hours.
Flight delays and cancellations globally cost airlines over $30 billion a year in lost revenue, in addition to costs borne by their passengers.
American Airlines, which has 24 Max planes in its fleet, said Sunday it would extend cancellations through April 24.
Information about flight cancellations can be found in English on the China Airlines website here.
"Since 2013 we've seen the cancellation of the Atlantic Array wind turbines off the coast of south Wales, the cancellation of the Celtic Array wind farms off north Wales, the cancellation of the Cardiff-Swansea rail line in 2018, the cancellation of the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon in 2018," he said.
"And to cap it all, the cancellation of cancellations, the cancellation of the Wylfa last week, a PS16 billion investment that will have transformed the economy of North Wales."
The number of cancellations at the trust has risen by six per cent in a year from 1,535 in 2016/17, according to figures revealed following a freedom of information request.
Exclusive figures have revealed that cancelled operations rose by a fifth in the last year across the city, with 3,602 last-minute cancellations in 2017-18.
The number of cancellations at the area's hospital trusts has jumped by nearly a third (31 per cent) in a year from 7,470 in 2016/17, according to figures revealed following a Freedom of Information request.