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Travel Advisory

BUTUAN AND OZAMIZ FLIGHTS TO TRANSFER TO T-2

06 Aug 2019

Starting August 15, 2019, all PAL flights to/from Butuan and Ozamiz will be operating in NAIA Terminal 2 from NAIA Terminal 3. 


Please see list of PAL Departures and Arrivals - effective August 15, 2019 - as follows:


NAIA TERMINAL 2 DOMESTIC DEPARTURES

Manila - Bacolod

Manila - Butuan

Manila - Cagayan de Oro

Manila - Caticlan

Manila - Cebu

Manila - Davao

Manila - General Santos

Manila - Iloilo

Manila - Laoag

Manila - Legazpi 

Manila - Ozamiz

Manila - Puerto Princesa

Manila - Zamboanga 

(Note: All PAL ARRIVALS in Manila from the above cities use NAIA T-2)


NAIA TERMINAL 3 DOMESTIC DEPARTURES

Manila - Cotabato

Manila - Dipolog

Manila - Dumaguete

Manila - Kalibo

Manila - Roxas

Manila - Tacloban

(Note: All PAL ARRIVALS in Manila from the above cities use NAIA T-3)


NAIA TERMINAL 1 INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURES

Manila - Auckland

Manila - Dammam

Manila - Doha

Manila - Hanoi

Manila - New York

Manila - Phnom Penh

Manila - Riyadh

Manila - Toronto

Manila - Vancouver

(Note: All PAL ARRIVALS from the above cities will utilize NAIA T-1)


NAIA TERMINAL 2 INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURES

Manila - Bali

Manila - Bangkok

Manila - Beijing

Manila - Brisbane

Manila - Busan

Manila - Dubai

Manila - Fukuoka

Manila - Guam

Manila - Guangzhou

Manila - Ho Chi Minh

Manila - Hong Kong

Manila - Honolulu

Manila - Jakarta

Manila - Kuala Lumpur

Manila - London

Manila - Los Angeles

Manila - Macau

Manila - Melbourne

Manila - Nagoya

Manila - Osaka

Manila - Port Moresby

Manila - Sapporo

Manila - Quanzhou (Jinjiang)

Manila - San Francisco

Manila - Seoul

Manila - Shanghai

Manila - Singapore

Manila - Sydney

Manila - Taipei

Manila - Tokyo (Haneda)

Manila - Tokyo (Narita)

Manila - Xiamen

(Note: All PAL ARRIVALS in Manila from the above cities use NAIA T-2, EXCEPT arrivals from Los Angeles and San Francisco which utilize NAIA T-1)

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