PAL cancels 41 flights for Saturday, Sunday

ABS-CBN News

Posted at Dec 05 2014 06:55 PM | Updated as of Dec 06 2014 02:55 AM

MANILA – Philippine Airlines (PAL) said on Friday that it has cancelled 41 flights for Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7 due to Typhoon Ruby.

The 14 flights cancelled for Saturday are those leaving Manila bound for:

Tacloban (6 flights); Legazpi (2); Naga (2); one each to Catarman, Calbayog, Surigao and Masbate.

The specific flights cancelled are: Tacloban 2P2981/2982, 2P2191/2192, 2P2193/2194, 2P2985/2986, 2P2987/2988, 2P2187/2188; Catarman 2P2079/2080; Calbayog 2P2071/2072; Naga 2P2265/2266, 2P2261/2262; Surigao 2P2095/2096; Legazpi 2P2925/2926, 2P2927/2928; Masbate 2P2021/2022.

Meanwhile, a total of 27 flights are not operating on Sunday, including the following:

Tacloban (6 flights), Caticlan (10), Naga (2), Legazpi (2), Kalibo (2), one each to Catarman, Calbayog, Masbate, Roxas as well as Kalibo to Incheon.

The specific cancelled flights are: Catarman 2P2079/2080; Calbayog 2P2079/2080; Naga 2P2265/2266, 2P2261/2262; Legazpi 2P2925/2926, 2P2927/2P2928; Masbate 2P2021/2022; Roxas 2P2201/2202; Tacloban 2P2981/2982, 2P2191/2192, 2P2193/2194, 2P2985/2986, 2P2987/2988, 2P2187/2188; Caticlan 2P2039/2040, 2P2041/2042, 2P2043/2044, 2P2045/2046, 2P2049/2050, 2P2051/2052, 2P2053/2054, 2P2057/2058, 2P2059/2060, 2P2063/2064; Kalibo 2P2971/2972, 2P2969/2970.

PAL said its other domestic and international flights for the weekend will be operating, but passengers should expect minor delays.

The airline said additional cancellations for Monday, December 8 and Tuesday, December 9 will be announced later.

Passengers may rebook for travel within 30 days from original flight date, with rebooking fees/charges waived. If a passenger is unable to rebook on the same fare class, rebooking on a higher booking class will be allowed, with fare difference also waived.

Passengers of cancelled flights will automatically be rebooked on the next available flights.

Earlier, Cebu Pacific also announced that it cancelled several flights to Butuan, Cebu, Siargao and Tacloban.