Flight cancellations for Dec. 4 due to Typhoon Tisoy

Marje Pelayo

MANILA. Philippines – For the safety of airline passengers, flight providers have decided to cancel several international and domestic flights since the landfall of Typhoon Tisoy.

Earlier on Tuesday (December 3), the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) declared the closure of Ninoy Aquino International Airport from 11:00AM to 11:00 PM (MNL time) as a safety measure against the onset of the typhoon.

For Wednesday (December 4), the following international and domestic flights have been cancelled:

Philippine Airlines

International

  • PR 127 New York JFK – Manila
  • PR 300 Manila – Hong Kong
  • PR 212 Sydney – Manila
  • PR 466/467 Manila – Seoul Incheon – Manila
  • PR 423 Tokyo Haneda – Manila
  • PR 432 Manila – Tokyo Narita
  • PR 510 Singapore – Manila
  • PR 536 Jakarta – Manila
  • PR 538 Denpasar Bali – Manila

Domestic

  • PR 1845 Manila – Cebu
  • PR 1843 Manila – Cebu
  • PR 453 Manila – General Santos
  • PR 1812 Manila – Davao
  • PR 1809 Manila – Davao
  • PR 2519 Manila-Cagayan De Oro
  • PR 2139 Manila-Iloilo
  • PR 2981 Manila-Tacloban
  • PR 2129 Manila-Bacolod
  • PR 2967 Manila-Butuan
  • PR 2993 Manila-Zamboanga
  • PR 2541 Manila-Dumaguete
  • PR 2557 Manila-Dipolog
  • PR 2203 Manila-Roxas
  • PR 2889 Manila-Ozamiz
  • PR 2835 Manila-Cebu

Air Asia

Domestic Flights

  • Z2 318 – Iloilo to Manila
  • Z2 622 – Davao to Manila

Cebu Pacific

Domestic

Manila-Legazpi

  • 5J321
  • 5J325
  • 5J327
  • DG6193

Legazpi-Manila

  • 5J322
  • 5J326
  • 5J328
  • DG6194

Legazpi-Cebu

  • DG6205

Cebu-Legazpi

  • DG6204

Airline companies encourage passengers to check their airline’s website for rescheduled or retimed flights and other pertinent information regarding their bookings.

All aircraft carriers vowed to provide the affected passengers with service options such as rebooking, refund of tickets and other services that passengers may avail.

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