Pampanga’s governor Lilia Pineda said at least eight people in the province were killed in the earthquake, CNN Philippines reported. The earthquake could feel in the capital of Manila and other parts of Luzon.
CNN Philippines said at least 52 aftershocks have been recorded.
Jaime Melo, president of Clark International Airport Corporation, said seven people suffered minor injuries when part of the roof at the check-in of a passenger terminal collapsed, according to the Philippine news agency.
The Philippines Ministry of Transport earlier announced that the operation at the airport would be interrupted for 24 hours to the damage.
Local budget airline Cebu Pacific Air announced that it had canceled six aircraft scheduled for Monday night as a preventive measure. The airline said it would allow passengers on the flights concerned to receive full refund or to transfer their flights via Manila.
In Manila, video of water cascaded from a penthous pool to the streets below when the quake shook the city.