Typhoon Pablo, Flight Advisory No. 1


Typhoon Pablo cancels PAL, PAL Express flights


Except for two domestic flights, all Philippine Airlines flights will operate according to schedule for December 4 Tuesday despite the onslaught of typhoon Pablo in Mindanao.

 

To avoid typhoon Pablo’s strong winds, PAL is cancelling two flights to Davao while upgrading the aircraft of two subsequent flights to Davao to accommodate passengers of the cancelled flights.

 

Pending succeeding weather bulletins, all other PAL flights will remain normal.

 

Meanwhile, PAL Express, PAL’s sister company, is cancelling a total of 35 flights including a flight going to Hong Kong from Cebu.

 

The cancelled PAL Express flights originating from Manila are those bound for: Caticlan (all 10 flights scheduled for Dec. 4), Cagayan de Oro (3 flights), Dumaguete (2 flights), and one flight each to Ozamiz, Butuan, Cotabato, Dipolog and Surigao.

 

The cancelled PAL Express flights originating from Cebu are those bound for:

 

Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Kalibo, Legazpi, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Surigao, Tacloban and Zamboanga.

 

Also cancelled are the Caticlan-Cebu and Cebu-Hong Kong flights.

 

Affected passengers of PAL and PAL Express are advised to call the respective Reservations for rebooking assistance – 855-8888 for PAL, 855-9000 for PAL Express.

 

PAL and PAL Express will issue subsequent flight advisories to update passengers.