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PAL outlines flights from July 1 onward

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Aviation Updates Philippines – National flag carrier, Philippine Airlines on Monday announced the initial schedule for domestic and international flights from July 1, 2020, onward. PAL would continue to focus on strengthening and reestablishing its local route map in the coming days.

More domestic flights will be added over the next few weeks as the airline continues to restart operations to crucial cities gradually. However, the airline said it might have to cancel, add or adjust flights due to "evolving entry restrictions and requirements."

PAL plans to operate scheduled flights from Manila to Basco, Tacloban, Bacolod, Iloilo, Legaspi, Puerto Princesa, Busuanga, Catarman, Dumaguete, Kalibo, Caticlan, Roxas, Tagbilaran (Panglao), Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, and Ozamiz.

Next month, PAL Express will also resume some flights from the Cebu, Davao, and Clark hub: Clark-Davao, Cebu-Cagayan de Oro, Cebu-Davao, Cebu-Tacloban, Davao-Iloilo, and Davao-Tagbilaran (Panglao). Flights from Davao, however, are still subject to government approval.

Moreover, PAL has only released the schedule for international flights operating between July 1 to July 6, 2020. Some international flights will be rerouted to Mactan-Cebu International Airport, instead of Manila, because of quarantine processing limitations at the capital.

The airline said all international flights from Manila would depart from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 while all arrivals will be at Terminal 2. Nevertheless, all domestic flights from NAIA will depart and arrive in Terminal 2.

PAL continues to implement the Fly Safe "new normal" practices to reassure health precautions on-board their flights. All passengers and staff are required to wear face masks at the airport and throughout their flights. At the same time, the flight crew will undergo a medical evaluation before every trip. These are only a few of PAL's new normal adjustments.

Domestic flight schedule (July 1 onward)

as of June 29, 2020

Manila- Basco- Manila
3x a month (July 1, 16, and 31)

Manila- Laoag- Manila
Once a week (Sat)

Manila- Legaspi- Manila
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun) from July 1 to 5
4x a week (Mo/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun) from July 6 onwards

Manila- Puerto Princesa- Manila
2x a week (Wed/ Sat)

Manila- Busuanga (Coron) - Manila
2x a month (July 11 and 25)

Manila- Bacolod- Manila
2x daily effective July 8

Manila- Cebu- Manila
2x daily

Manila- Catarman- Manila
4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun) effective July 13

Manila-Dumaguete- Manila
2x a week (Wed/ Sat)

Manila- Iloilo- Manila
3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri) effective July 16

Manila- Kalibo- Manila
2x a week (Fri/ Sun) effective July 10

Manila- Caticlan- Manila
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun) effective July 22)

Manila- Roxas- Manila
3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sat) effective July 16

Manila- Tacloban- Manila
Daily effective July 1

Manila- Tagbilaran- Manila
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun) from July 8 to 12
4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun) effective July 13

Manila- Butuan- Manila
2x a week (Mon/ Fri) effective July 13

Manila- Cotabato- Manila
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun)

Manila- Cagayan de Oro- Manila
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun) from July 1 to 5
4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun) effective July 6

Manila-Dipolog- Manila
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun)

Manila- Davao- Manila
Once a week (Mon)

Manila- General Santos- Manila
Once a week (Thu) from July 1 to 5
2x a week (Mon/ Thu) effective July 6

Manila- Ozamiz-Manila
3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri) effective July 13

Manila- Pagadian- Manila
2x a week (Thu/ Sun) from July 1 to 5
3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sun) effective July 6

Manila- Zamboanga- Manila
Once a week (Thu) from July 1 to 5
2x a week (Mon/ Thu) effective July 6

Clark- Davao- Clark
Once a week (Fri)

Cebu- Cagayan de Oro- Cebu
2x a week (Wed/ Sun)

Cebu- Davao- Cebu
Once a week (Tue) effective July 7

Cebu- Tacloban- Cebu
2x a week (Wed/ Sun) effective July 5

Davao- Iloilo- Davao
Once a week (Fri)

Davao- Tagbilaran- Davao
Once a week (Thu)

International flight schedule (July 1 to July 6)

as of June 29, 2020

JULY 1

Manila- Singapore (SIN) – Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR 508 SIN- MNL will operate as Singapore- Cebu.

Manila- Tokyo Haneda (HND) - Manila

Manila- Taipei (TPE) – Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR 891 TPE- MNL will operate as PR 5891 Taipei to Cebu

Manila- Bangkok (BKK) – Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR 731 BKK- MNL will operate instead as Bangkok to Cebu

Manila- Dubai (DXB)- Manila

Manila- Los Angeles (LAX) - Manila

Manila- San Francisco (SFO)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR105 SFO- MNL will operate as PR5105 San Francisco to Cebu

Manila- Toronto (YYZ)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR 119 will operate as PR5119 (Toronto to Cebu), departing Toronto on July 2 (Thursday) at 11:55 PM.

JULY 2

Cebu- Tokyo Narita (NRT)- Cebu

Manila- Toronto (YYZ)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Originally set for July 1; will depart July 2 to align with Cebu slot approvals

Manila- London Heathrow (LHR)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR 721 LHR- MNL on July 2 will operate as London to Cebu

Manila- New York (JFK)

Manila- Tokyo Narita (NRT)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Originally set for July 3; moved one day earlier to align with slot approvals.

JULY 3

New York (JFK) - Manila 

Manila- Tokyo Narita (NRT)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Will depart one day early as PR5427 Narita to Cebu on July 2 (Thursday) at 1:10 PM.  Date change needed to align with approved slots at Cebu airport.

Manila- Hong Kong (HKG)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR301 will operate instead as Hong Kong to Cebu

Manila- Los Angeles (LAX)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Rescheduled to depart on July 5 (Sunday) as PR 103 LAX to Cebu, departing LAX at 12:00 noon.  Date change is needed to align with approved slots at Cebu airport.

Manila- Tokyo Haneda (HND)- Manila

Manila- Singapore (SIN)- Manila

Manila- Nagoya (NGO)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Rescheduled to depart on July 4 (Saturday) as PR5437 Nagoya to Cebu, departing NGO at 12:30 PM. The change to July 4 is needed to align with approved slots at Cebu airport.

Manila- Osaka Kansai (KIX)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Rescheduled to depart on July 4 (Saturday) as PR5411 Osaka to Cebu, departing KIX at 3:05 PM. Change to July 4 is needed to align with approved slots at Cebu airport.

MNL- Vancouver (YVR)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Will operate instead as PR 5117 Vancouver to Cebu

Manila- San Francisco (SFO)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Rescheduled to depart on July 4 (Saturday) as PR5105 San Francisco to Cebu, departing SFO at 11:55 PM. Change to July 4 needed to align with approved slots at Cebu airport.

JULY 4

Manila- Nagoya (NGO)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Originally set for July 3; rescheduled to align with Cebu slot approvals

Manila- San Francisco (SFO)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Originally set for July 3; rescheduled to align with Cebu slot approvals

Manila- Osaka Kansai (KIX)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Originally set for July 3; rescheduled to align with Cebu slot approvals

Manila- Jakarta (CGK)

Manila- Guam (GUM)

Manila- Dammam (DMM)- Manila
 
Manila- Riyadh (RUH)- Manila

JULY 5

Manila- Fukuoka (FUK)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR 425 will operate instead as Fukuoka to Cebu

Guam (GUM)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
PR 111 will operate instead as Guam to Cebu  

Manila- Hong Kong (HKG)- Manila
PR 301 will operate instead as Hong Kong to Cebu

Manila- Los Angeles (LAX)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Originally set for July 3; rescheduled to align with Cebu slot approvals.

Manila- Tokyo (HND)- Manila

Jakarta (CGK)- Manila

Manila- Singapore (SIN)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Rescheduled to depart on July 6 (Monday) as Singapore to Cebu, to depart SIN at 4:00 PM. Change to July 6 needed to align with approved Cebu airport slots.

JULY 6

Manila- Singapore (SIN)- Cebu (in lieu of Manila)
Originally set for July 5; rescheduled to align with Cebu slot approvals.

For up-to-date flight schedule, please visit www.philippineairlines.com.

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