LIST: PAL mounts overseas flights from March 23-31 for stranded foreigners, OFWs

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Mar 23 2020 02:58 PM

MANILA - Philippine Airlines said Monday it would operate several overseas flights from March 23 to 31 in response to the government’s call to help foreign tourists return home and for Filipinos here to fly back to their places of work.

This comes with the lifting of the 72-hour limit on overseas flights from Luzon, PAL said. 

PAL INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS OPERATING (March 23 to 31):

MANILA - LOS ANGELES - MANILA:

  • PR 102/103 – Daily except March 23

MANILA - SAN FRANCISCO – MANILA:

  • PR104/105 – March 25, 26, 27, 29 and 30

MANILA – HONOLULU – MANILA

  • PR100/101 – March 28 only

MANILA – TORONTO – MANILA

  • PR118/119 – March 26 only

MANILA – VANCOUVER – MANILA

  • PR116/117 – March 27 and 31 only

MANILA – NEW YORK JFK – MANILA

  • PR126– March 25, 27, 29 and 31 (Manila- New York)
  • PR127 – March 26, 28, 30 and April 01 (New York- Manila)

MANILA – BANGKOK – MANILA

  • PR730/731 – March 25, 27 and 29

MANILA – TOKYO NARITA – MANILA

  • PR432– Daily up to March 31 (Manila- Tokyo Narita)
  • PR431 – Daily up to April 1 (Tokyo Narita- Manila)

MANILA – TOKYO HANEDA – MANILA

  • PR422/421 – Daily

MANILA – NAGOYA – MANILA

  • PR438– March 25 only (Manila- Nagoya)
  • PR437 – March 26 only (Nagoya- Manila)

MANILA – OSAKA KANSAI – MANILA

  • PR412/411 – March 25, 27, 29 and 31

MANILA – FUKUOKA – MANILA

  • PR426/425 – March 25 and 27

MANILA – GUAM – MANILA

  • PR110– March 29 only (Manila- Guam)
  • PR111 – March 23 and 30 only (Guam- Manila)

MANILA - SYDNEY - MANILA

  • PR213 - March 23 only (Manila- Sydney)
  • PR214 – March 24 only (Sydney- Manila)

MANILA - BRISBANE - MANILA

  • PR221 - March 23 only (Manila-Brisbane)
  • PR222 – March 24 only (Brisbane- Manila)

MANILA-JAKARTA-MANILA

  • PR 535- March 25, 30 (Manila- Jakarta)
  • PR 536- March 26, 31 (Jakarta- Manila)


The airline said it could not fully restore operations yet because of manpower concerns as public transportation remains suspended due to the Luzon lockdown.

"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," PAL said.