Philippine Airlines announced limited international and domestic flights from July 7 and beyond subject to government approvals and conditions.
“Our flight schedules are highly subject to change for reasons beyond our control,” PAL said.
“ We may have to cancel, add or adjust our planned flights, based on international and provincial entry restrictions as well as COVID testing/quarantine limitations at specific airports,” the airline added.
International flights (effective from July 7)
Note: –Certain flights may be re-routed to land in Cebu or in Clark instead of Manila, due to limited COVID testing slots in Manila. If so, passengers will undergo testing and hotel quarantine at their gateway point in Cebu or Clark.
PAL will arrange for transfer to Manila for those who receive negative test results, usually within 24 to 48 hours of testing.
Manila- Los Angeles- Manila
3x a week (Wed / Fri / Sun)
Note: Flight on July 10 will operate as Los Angeles- Cebu
Manila- San Francisco- Manila
July 8, then 2x a week (Wed/Sat) effective July 11
Note: Flight on July 8will operate as San Francisco to Cebu arriving on July 10. (Arrival gateway changed to Cebu instead, due to challenges in processing facilities at Clark and Manila airports.)
Manila- New York Once a week (Friday) effective July 10
New York- Manila Once a week (Saturday) effective July 11
Manila- Honolulu- Manila Once a week (Monday)
Manila- Toronto- Manila Once a week (Thursday)
Manila- Vancouver- Manila 2x a week (Tue/Sun) Effective July 12
Manila- Guam Once a week (Saturday)
Guam- Manila Once a week (Sunday)
Manila- London (Heathrow)- Manila Once a week (Thursday)
Manila- Sydney July 24
Note: July 10 flight is cancelled due to major quarantine/testing capacity restrictions in concerned Australian airports.
Sydney- Manila July 25
Note: July 11 flight is cancelled due to Australian quarantine/testing restrictions
Manila- Singapore 4x a week (Mon / Tue / Wed / Sat)
Singapore- Manila 4x a week (Mon / Tue / Wed / Sat), except July 14
Note: Flights on July 7, 8, 11 and 13 will operate as Singapore to Cebu
Manila- Kuala Lumpur- Manila Once a week (Sunday)
Manila- Jakarta Once a week (Saturday) except July 18
Jakarta- Manila Once a week (Sunday) except July 19
Bangkok- Manila Once a week (Wednesday) effective July 15
Manila- Tokyo (Haneda)- Manila 2x a week (Wed/ Sun)
Manila- Tokyo (Narita)- Manila 2x a week (Tue/ Fri)
Cebu- Tokyo (Narita)- Cebu July 2
Manila- Fukuoka- Manila Once a week (Sun)
Note: Flight on July 12 will operate as Fukuoka- Cebu
Manila- Osaka (Kansai)- Manila 2x a week (Tue/ Fri)
Manila- Nagoya- Manila 2x a week (Wed/ Sat)
Note: Flight on July 11 will operate as Nagoya- Cebu
Manila- Hong Kong- Manila July 10 and 12
2x a week (Tue/ Fri) effective July 14
Manila- Taipei- Manila 2x a week (Wed/ Sun)
Note: Flights on July 8 and 12 will operate as Taipei to Cebu.
Manila- Dubai- Manila Once a week (Tuesday)
Manila- Dammam- Manila Once a week (Saturday)
Manila- Riyadh- Manila Once a week (Saturday)
Domestic flights (effective from July 6)
Note: We may have to cancel flights, add frequencies or adjust our planned schedules, based on evolving entry restrictions and requirements set by local government units (LGUs). PAL coordinates closely with all LGUs and complies with their
approvals and conditions.
Manila- Basco- Manila July 16, and 31
Laoag- Manila 1x a week (Sat)
Manila- Legaspi- Manila 4x a week (Mo/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun)
Manila- Puerto Princesa- Manila 2x a week (Wed/ Sat)
Manila- Busuanga (Coron) – Manila (Note: July 11 and 25 flights are cancelled)
Manila- Cebu- Manila 2x daily
Manila- Catarman- Manila 4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun) effective July 13
Bacolod- Manila July 8 (sweeper flight, as coordinated with LGU)
We will have occasional sweeper flights in coordination with the LGU
Manila- Kalibo- Manila
Manila- Caticlan- Manila 2x a week (Fri/ Sun) effective July 10
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun) effective July 22)
Manila- Roxas- Manila 3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sat) effective July 16
Manila- Tagbilaran(Panglao)- Manila 4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun) from July 17
Manila- Butuan- Manila 2x a week (Mon/ Fri) effective July 13
Manila- Cotabato- Manila 3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun)
Manila- Cagayan de Oro- Manila 4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun)
Manila-Dipolog- Manila 3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun)
Manila- Davao- Manila 2x a week (Mon/ Thu)
Manila- General Santos- Manila 2x a week (Mon/ Thu)
Manila- Ozamiz-Manila 3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri) effective July 13
Manila- Pagadian- Manila 3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sun)
Manila- Zamboanga- Manila 2x a week (Mon/ Thu)
Clark- Davao- Clark 1x a week (Fri)
Cebu- Cagayan de Oro- Cebu 2x a week (Wed/ Sun)
Cebu- Davao- Cebu 1x a week (Tue)
Davao- Iloilo- Davao 1x a week (Fri)effective July 17
Davao- Tagbilaran(Panglao)- Davao 1x a week (Thu) effective July 16
“We plan to increase the number of routes and flights in the coming weeks and months, if allowed by aviation authorities, global public health conditions and the travel environment,” PAL said.
Special reminders to our domestic passengers:
Please check with the local government offices of both your origin point and your final destination on travel requirements, such as mandated documents or health certifications. These requirements differ from province to province, and are revised and updated constantly in line with the anti-COVID-19 arrangements of each locality.
MANILA (NAIA) Terminal Assignments
All our international flights from Manila will depart from NAIA Terminal 1. Arrivals will be at NAIA Terminal 2.
Departure and arrival of all domestic flights will be at NAIA Terminal 2.
Flying Safely in the ‘New Normal’
In compliance with international health and safety protocols, PAL is strictly implementing Fly Safe “new normal” practices to protect our passengers.
Please bring your own face masks or facial coverings, as you are now required to wear face masks at all times – at the airport and throughout your flight.
“We encourage you to check-in online and arrive early at the airport to allocate extra time for new safety procedures– at least 3 hours prior to departure for domestic flights; and 4 hours prior to departure for international flights,” PAL said.