Travel advisories

PAL cancels selected flights due to Typhoon Karding ("Noru") 


25 September 2022 as of 07:30 PM  


For the safety of our passengers, PAL has cancelled the following flights on September 25 and 26, 2022, as Typhoon KARDING (international name “NORU”) is forecast to affect parts of the central and northern Philippines, including our main hub in Manila (MNL), over the next two days:  


September 25 –  Sunday

Manila- Tacloban- Manila:  PR 1987/ PR 1988/ PR 2983/ PR2984  

Manila- Cebu- Manila: PR 1861/ PR 1862/ PR 1863/ PR 1864/ PR 1867/ PR 1868/ PR 1869/ PR 1860 

Manila- Davao- Manila:  PR 1818/ PR 1819/ PR 1820/ PR 1823/ PR 1824/ PR 2825 

Manila- Iloilo- Manila:  PR 2145/ PR 2146/ PR 2147/ PR 2148 

Manila- Bacolod- Manila: PR 2135/ PR 2136/ PR 2137/ PR 2138 

Manila- Roxas- Manila:  PR 2205/ PR 2206 

Manila- Puerto Princesa- Manila:  PR 2787/ PR 2788 

Busuanga (Coron)- Manila:  PR 2964/ PR 2966 

Cotabato City- Manila:  PR 2958 

Caticlan (Boracay)- Manila: PR 2050 

Siargao- Manila:  PR 2976 

September 26 –  Monday

Davao- Manila:  PR 2808 

Manila-Busuanga (Coron): PR 2961 

Manila-Basco-Manila: PR 2932/ PR 2933 

Manila-Calbayog-Manila: PR 2671/ PR 2672 

Manila-Legazpi: PR 2921 


September 25 – Sunday

Manila-Bangkok-Manila: PR 732/ PR 733 

Manila-Singapore: PR 509

Manila-Denpasar: PR 537

September 26 –  Monday 

Singapore-Manila: PR 510 

Denpasar-Manila: PR 538 



Several flights to Manila from Seoul Incheon, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Busan, Singapore and Japan (Tokyo Haneda, Fukuoka, Osaka Kansai and Tokyo Narita) will depart with five to six hours delay. 

Additionally, flights tonight from Manila to Los Angeles, Guam, Bali (Denpasar), Hanoi and Bangkok are planned to depart with two to three hours delay.  

Our PR 212 from Sydney was diverted and landed in Cebu as a precaution. The flight is planned to proceed to Manila at around 1:00 AM (local time) if safety and weather conditions permit.  


Philippine Airlines will keep a close watch on weather forecasts for the airports we serve in Luzon island and other parts of the Philippines, in case we need to cancel or adjust other flights and routes.  

If you have a flight to or from any of the above areas, we advise you to check the status of your journey by logging on to and click the “Flight Status” icon on the main page, and then fill in the flight number (without the “PR” or “2P” designation, just the number itself) and date of departure.  

The flight’s status is updated in real time, and there is no need to call the contact center to verify the information. We encourage you to continue monitoring the status of your flight using the Flight Status self-service tool on our website so that we can keep our contact center hotlines free of congestion.  

You may also check further advisories on our Official PAL Facebook page.  
Please do not proceed to the airport if your flight is cancelled, but instead avail of the rebooking options below.  


You have the option to:  

  1. Convert your ticket to Travel Credits equivalent to the unused base fare of your ticket. Voucher validity is one year (1) year from date of issuance.

  1. Rebook or Reroute your ticket to another flight with available space within 60 days from the original flight in the same booking class or higher within the same cabin class.

  1. Refund ticket without penalties, excluding Ticketing Service Charge

You may access the online self-reaccommodation tool for flight rebooking. Simply click the Manage Tab and then select the Flight Disruption button in our homepage at

If your contact details are in our reservations records, you will be informed of the status of your flights via e-mail, telephone call or SMS/text.  

For more information, you may call PAL hotline (02) (+632) 8855-8888, visit or our Official PAL Facebook page. 


Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Let’s all keep safe.