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Updated as of March 23, 2020, PH Local Time
Subject to changes. Please refresh this page regularly for updates.


With the lifting of the 72-hour limit on overseas flights from Luzon, Philippine Airlines will continue to operate limited international services to and from Manila from March 21 to April 1, 2020, in response to the Philippine Government’s call to help Filipinos and foreign tourists return home and OFWs fly back to their places of work.

Below are the list of PAL International Flights that will be operating from March 21 to April 1, 2020.

 

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS OPERATING ON

March 23, 2020

COUNTRY

ROUTE

FLIGHT NO.

Australia

Manila-Brisbane

PR221

Manila-Sydney

PR213

Japan

Manila-Tokyo Haneda

PR422

Tokyo Haneda-Manila

PR421

Manila-Tokyo Narita

PR432

Tokyo Narita-Manila

PR431

 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS OPERATING ON

March 24, 2020 

COUNTRY

ROUTE

FLIGHT NO.

Australia

Brisbane-Manila

PR222

Sydney-Manila

PR214

Japan

Manila-Tokyo Haneda

PR422

Tokyo Haneda-Manila

PR421

United States

Manila-Los Angeles

PR102

Los Angeles-Manila

PR103

 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS OPERATING ON

March 25, 2020 

COUNTRY

ROUTE

FLIGHT NO.

Indonesia

Manila-Jakarta

PR535

Japan

Manila-Tokyo Narita

PR432

Tokyo Narita-Manila

PR431

Thailand

Manila-Bangkok

PR730

Bangkok-Manila

PR731

United States

Manila-Los Angeles

PR102

Los Angeles-Manila

PR103

Manila-New York

PR126

Manila-San Francisco

PR104

San Francisco-Manila

PR105

 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS OPERATING ON

March 26, 2020 

COUNTRY

ROUTE

FLIGHT NO.

Indonesia

Jakarta-Manila

PR536

United states

New York-Manila

PR127

 

 

 


For March 20 to 31, PAL will temporarily suspend services between Manila and Auckland, Port Moresby, Melbourne, Taipei, Bali, Sapporo, Phnom Penh, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Dubai. Flights to/from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Korea, Qatar and Saudi Arabia remain suspended.

A full restoration of PAL’s network is not possible at this time. The suspension of public transportation and other impediments to movement within and into Metro Manila, due to the ongoing community quarantine, have limited the manpower levels at Manila airport.

Furthermore, travel bans and restrictions imposed by various governments have forced the cancellation of some routes and significantly reduced actual travel between countries amid the COVID-19 situation.  

Please note that this is a developing situation and we may need to add or reduce flights as needed. We shall review the operational conditions on a day to day basis. Please monitor your flight status regularly, and we will endeavor to provide updates should there be any changes.

FLIGHTS FOR APRIL 1 ONWARDS:
We will announce any plans for operating flights in the period from April 1 to April 12, based on developments related to the community quarantine.

PLEASE NOTE:
We continue to offer the normal range of air fares on all of our operating flights, including lower fares with standard conditions, as approved by the Philippine Civil Aeronautics Board and the regulatory authorities of the countries we serve. We have not increased fares in any of our cabin classes. 

As a public service, we are now allowing free rebooking to all passengers who were originally booked on any flight from March 15 to April 30. Any applicable fare difference is waived for passengers flying on the same cabin class on their rebooked flight. The same free rebooking and fare difference waiver privileges are also extended to passengers of flights outside the March 15 to April 30 period who are prevented from travel due to government-imposed travel bans, mandatory quarantine or flight cancellations due to COVID-19.

Thank you for your understanding and kind cooperation.

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