Published: Thursday 05 April, 2018

Attention: Cebu Pacific Cancels Caticlan & Kalibo Flights Due to Boracay Closure

Airlines are one the most affected industries of the closure of Boracay. Due to this, Cebu Pacific announced the cancellation of its flights to Caticlan and Kalibo airports from April 26 to October 27, 2018. On Wednesday, Malacanang announced the six-month closure of Boracay starting April 26.

All in all, fourteen (14) daily Cebu Pacific flights to Caticlan and Kalibo servicing tourists to Boracay have been cancelled. Five (5) other regular flights have also been temporarily suspended. 

Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific announced that it would maintain six (6) flights to Kalibo and Caticlan for local residents and to “ensure continuity of commerce in Northern Panay island.”

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Cancelled Cebu Pacific Flights to Kalibo & Caticlan from April 26 to October 27:

5J 891/892 Daily
5J 895/896 Daily
5J 899/900 Daily
5J 901/902 Daily
5J 905/906 Daily
DG 6241/6242 Daily
DG 6243/6244 Daily
DG 6247/6248 Daily

5J 331/332 Daily
DG 6317/6318 Daily

5J 339 Sun-Thu

DG 6298/6299 Daily

5J 351 Tue/Thu/Sat

5J 352 Mon/Wed/Fri

5J 132/133 Daily

5J 413 Daily
5J 415 Sun/Fri

5J 416/417 Sun

5J 180/181 Daily
5J 182/183 Daily (starting June 1)

Cebu Pacific Flights Maintained from April 26 to October 27:

5J 337 Daily (except from May 1-4, 2018) ETD 12:25PM ETA 1:35PM

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5J 338 Daily (except from May 1-4, 2018) ETD 2:05PM ETA 3:20PM

DG 6245 Daily ETD 3:35PM ETA 4:55PM

DG 6246 Daily ETD 8:25PM ETA 9:40PM

DG 6272 Daily ETD 6:55PM ETA 8:00AM

DG 6273 Daily ETD 5:15PM ETA 6:25PM

Passengers with previous bookings have been given several options in light of the Boracay closure:
• Get a full refund
• Place the full value of the ticket in a travel fund for future use
• Rebook the flight, subject to seat availability
• Reroute to any domestic destination, subject to seat availability

Malacanang announced the decision to close of Boaracay Wednesday night after an ‘exhaustive’ Cabinet meeting where President Rodrigo Duterte considered the recommendations of three departments: Tourism, Interior and Local Government, and Environment and Natural Resources.