MANILA, Philippines - Philippine Airlines (PAL) on Sunday said it will revise some of its flight schedules due to runway repairs at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
In a statement, the flag carrier said the adjustments are due to the planned seven-month closure of NAIA runway 06-24 from 12:30 am to 5:30 am starting January 10 to August 2012.
One domestic and 12 international PAL flights either departing from or arriving at the NAIA will be adjusted accordingly, the airline said.
The revised schedule of affected flights is as follows: PR752/753 (Manila-Bangkok-Delhi and vice versa on January 10, 12 and 14) – Manila-Bangkok 5:30 am, Bangkok-Delhi 8:30am, Delhi-Bangkok 12:35pm, Bangkok-Manila 7:15 pm (arriving in Manila at 11:40 pm); PR732/733 (Manila-Bangkok-Manila, daily) Manila-Bangkok 9:30 pm, Bangkok-Manila 1:35 am (arriving in Manila at 5:55 am); PR505/506 (Manila-Singapore-Manila, daily) – Manila-Singapore 9:20 pm, Singapore-Manila 2:00 am (arriving in Manila at 5:35 am);
PR113 (Los Angeles-Guam-Manila on Wednesdays and Sundays) – Los Angeles-Guam 8:15 pm, Guam-Manila 4:00 am (arriving in Manila at 5:30 am); PR 466/467 (Manila-Incheon, South Korea, daily) Manila-Incheon 12:25 am, Incheon-Manila 8:10am (arriving in Manila at 11:20 am); PR 212 (Melbourne-Manila on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays) Melbourne-Manila 12:30 am (arriving in Manila 5:30 am); PR107/117 (Vancouver-Manila, daily) Vancouver-Manila 10:55 pm (arriving in Manila at 5:30 am); and PR843 (Manila-Cebu on Tuesdays at 5:30 am).
All other PAL flights will follow the old published schedule.
Certain flights departing from San Francisco and Los Angeles may experience some delays depending on wind conditions and the revised Manila airport schedule.
PAL advises US passengers bound for Manila to check in at least two hours prior to their published departure time.
For the revised timings of departures and arrivals of early morning flights, passengers are advised to check the PAL website (www.philippineairlines.com) or call PAL Reservations (02) 855-8888.