PAL Express cancels flights due to Typhoon Odette

As Typhoon Odette exits the PAR, the Philippines Airlines Express has meanwhile announced a list of cancelled flights because of unfavorable weather conditions.

Passengers were advised yesterday by PAL/ PALEX reservations of today's cancellations.

The cancelled PALEX flights are as follows

PAL Express has cancelled the following flights today dye to typhoon Odette:

· 2P 014 Manila – Tuguegarao

(Original ETD 1130AM) · 2P 015 Tuguegarao – Manila

(Original ETD 1:15PM) · 2P 916 Manila – Laoag (Original ETD 6:55AM)

· 2p 917 Laoag – Manila (Original ETD 8:25AM) · 2P 918 Manila – Laoag (Original ETD 3:30PM)

· 2P 919 Laoag – Manila

(Original ETD 5:20PM)

Passengers of the affected flights will be rebooked and accommodated on other flights to these destinations once the weather improves. Rebooking fees are waived. – KDM, GMA News

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