National flag carrier Philippine Airlines, on Saturday, announced the list of cancelled flights both domestic and international from October 31 until November 2, in anticipation of the strengthening near-Super-typhoon Goni.

In its Typhoon Advisory at 6:30pm today, the airline announced 12 cancelled international flights and 34 domestic flights over the three-day period. Some flights may also be delayed due to the impending weather disturbance in the Philippines.

The following are cancelled PAL international flights as of 6:30pm, October 31, 2020:

OCTOBER 31 (Saturday)

PR105 San Francisco - Manila


NOVEMBER 1 (Sunday)

PR102 Manila - Los Angeles

PR103 Los Angeles – Manila

PR110 Manila - Guam

PR300 Manila - Hong Kong

PR301 Hong Kong - Manila

PR411 Osaka Kansai - Manila

PR421 Tokyo Haneda - Manila

PR425 Fukuoka - Manila

PR427 Tokyo Narita - Manila

PR502 Singapore - Manila

PR5655 Riyadh – Manila


NOVEMBER 2 (Monday)

PR111 Guam - Manila

PR422 Manila - Tokyo Haneda

PR421 Tokyo Haneda - Manila

PR438 Manila - Nagoya

PR437 Nagoya - Manila

PR507 Manila - Singapore

PR508 Singapore - Manila

PR525 Manila - Kuala Lumpur

PR526 Kuala Lumpur - Manila


The following are cancelled PAL domestic flights as of 6:30pm, October 31, 2020:

NOVEMBER 1 (Sunday)

PR1859 Manila - Cebu

PR1860 Cebu - Manila

PR2041 Manila - Caticlan (Boracay)

PR2042 Caticlan (Boracay) – Manila

PR2132 Bacolod - Manila

PR2522 Cagayan de Oro - Manila

PR2784 Pagadian – Manila

PR2935 Butuan - Manila

PR2985 Manila- Tacloban

PR2986 Tacloban - Manila

PR2970 Kalibo- Manila

PR2997 Manila - Zamboanga

PR2998 Zamboanga - Manila


NOVEMBER 2 (Monday)

PR453 Manila - General Santos

PR454 General Santos - Manila

PR1813 Manila - Davao

PR1814 Davao - Manila

PR1845 Manila - Cebu

PR1846 Cebu - Manila

PR2141 Manila - Iloilo

PR2521 Manila - Cagayan de Oro

PR2557 Manila - Dipolog

PR2558 Dipolog - Manila

PR2934 Manila - Butuan

PR2985 Manila - Cagayan de Oro


As the situation is currently fluid and developing, further changes and other developments are expected in the next few hours or days.

PAL will 'closely monitor' the situation and will provide immediate updates through its social media channels and website at www.philippineairlines.com.

Guests with flights on November 1 and 2 are advised to check their flight statuses through the PAL website before proceeding to the airport.

PAL also said it would take time before normal operations resume, given aircraft are repositioned to other airports as a safety precaution.

"Even after the typhoon recedes and weather improves, it may take some time to restore normal schedules, as we would need to reposition aircraft and undertake other operational adjustments based on the revised slots and clearances at the affected airports, in coordination with the airport and air traffic control authorities."


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