Published: Thursday 05 April, 2018

PAL Reduces Flights to Boracay But Adds More to Other Tourist Destinations

With Boracay being closed down for six months starting April 26, Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced its new flights scheme for Caticlan and Kalino airports. PAL will reduce its flights to Boracay from April 26 but will maintain some “to help ensure the continued growth of domestic tourism.”

Late Wednesday, Malacanang announced the six-month closure of Boracay to tourists as it undergoes rehabilitation. As such, flights to the area, which reach its peak during the summer months, will be greatly affected.

In its advisory, PAL said flights to Kalibo and Caticlan will be reduced from April 20 to October 27. However, it will add more flights to Busuanga (Coron), Siargao, Cebu, Iloilo, Puerto Princesa and Bacolod to absorb the expected traffic of tourists to the said areas with Boracay’s closure.

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Affected PAL passengers are advised reroute, rebook or refund their tickets soonest. Penalties/charges will be waived.

PAL Flights Manila-Kalibo and Manila-Caticlan:

ALL Caticlan and Kalibo flights from Manila will be suspended from April 20 to October 27 except the following:
(9) weekly flights between Manila and Kalibo (PR2969 and PR2970);
(7) weekly flights (PR2041 / PR2042) between Manila and Caticlan.

PAL Flights Cebu-Caticlan, Cebu-Kalibo, Clark-Caticlan & Clark-Kalibo:

ALL flights will be suspended from April 26 to October 27.

Additional PAL flights due to Boracay closure:

Manila-Cebu, Manila-Iloilo, Manila-Puerto Princesa & Manila-Bacolod
2847 / 2848 MNL-CEB-MNL DAILY (Starting April 20)
2149 / 2150 MNL-ILO-MNL DAILY (Starting April 20)
2789 / 2790 MNL-PPS-MNL TH (Starting April 20)
2135 / 2136 MNL-BCD-MNL TH (Starting April 20)

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Cebu-Busuanga, Cebu-Siargao, Clark-Busuanga
2694 / 2695 CEB-USU-CEB DAILY (Starting April 26)
2698 / 2699 CRK-USU-CRK DAILY (Starting April 26)
2382 /2383 CEB-IAO-CEB DAILY (Starting April 26)

Cebu-Clark
2833 / 2834 CEB-CRK-CEB TU/TH/SA (Starting April 28)

Manila-Dumaguete, Manila-Cagayan de Oro
2541 / 2542 MNL-DGT-MNL DAILY (Starting May 1)
2531/2532 MNL-CGY-MNL TU/WE/FRI (Starting May 1)

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.



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