Cancelled flights Dec. 25 due to Typhoon Ursula

Marje Pelayo   •   December 25, 2019   •   511

MANILA, Philippines – The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) has announced flight cancellations for Wednesday (December 25) due to the onset of Typhoon Ursula.

As of 6:00 AM today, the following flights were already cancelled:

NAIA Terminal 2

  • (2P) PAL Express
    • 2P 2139/2140 Manila-Iloilo-Manila
    • 2P 2129/2130 Manila-Bacolod-Manila
    • 2P 2921/2922 Manila-Legazpi-Manila

NAIA Terminal 3

  • (2P) PAL Express
    • 2P 2203/204 Manila-Roxas-Manila
    • 2P 2969/2970 Manila-Kalibo-Manila
    • 2P 2987/2988 Manila-Tacloban-Manila
  • (5J) Cebu Pacific
    • 5J 373/374 Manila-Roxas-Manila
    • 5J 891/892 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
    • 5J 899/900 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
    • 5J 895/896 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
    • 5J 901/902 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
    • 5J 905/906 Manila-Caticlan-Manila

NAIA Terminal 4

  • (DG) Cebgo
    • DG 6177/6178 Manila-Masbate-Manila
    • DG 6241/6242 Manila-Caticlan -Manila
    • DG 6007/6006 Manila-Marinduque-Manila
    • DG 6073/6074 Manila-Tugdan-Manila
  • (Z2) AirAsia
    • Z2 219/220 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
    • Z2 225/226 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
    • Z2 227/228 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
    • Z2 223/224 Manila-Caticlan-Manila
  • (M8) Skyjet
    • M8713/714 Manila-Busuanga-Manila

MIAA advised passengers to coordinate with their respective airline company for rebooking or refunding services.

4 foreign destinations require travelers from PH to present negative COVID-19 test result

Marje Pelayo   •   July 21, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) advises passengers coming from the Philippines of the additional requirements that some foreign destinations require.

Starting Tuesday (July 21), the following international destinations will ask incoming passengers from the Philippines to present a COVID-19 reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) negative-test result/ certification:

  • Abu Dhabi
  • Dubai
  • Hong Kong
  • South Korea

The MIAA reminds passengers that only certifications issued by the respective airline’s accredited testing institutions will be accepted before travelers are allowed to board flights.

The agency advises all affected passengers to get in touch with their respective airline carriers to get the details on the implementation of the new regulation.

Passengers without the required negative PCR test certification may not be allowed to check-in for their flights even if they have confirmed bookings.

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MIAA sets up tents for LSIs at NAIA Terminal 3

Marje Pelayo   •   July 10, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) has set up makeshift tents at the social hall of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 to provide comfort and convenience to locally-stranded individuals (LSIs) currently lodged at the airport waiting for their flights.

The 28 tents are the initial set from 100 tents that MIAA plans to set up for LSIs at the airport under the guidance of the Department of Transportation (DOTr).

Additional tents are expected to be established soon.

Apart from temporary shelters, MIAA also provided a dedicated shower area at the airport’s parking lot, for the exclusive use of LSIs.

NAIA Terminal 3 prepares as international flights resume on Wednesday

Maris Federez   •   July 7, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 confirms its readiness for the resumption of international flights on Wednesday (July 8).

The resumption of international flight operations, however, will still be at limited capacity in compliance with the directive of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-MEID) on the allowable number of passenger arrivals.

The IATF-MEID directive said the total number of arriving passengers on international flights must not go beyond 2,400 per day.

Half of this number is allotted to repatriated Filipinos, while the rest are for passengers from commercial flights.

Airport authorities said operations at Terminal 1 are once again transferred to Terminal 3 as the volume of passengers in international commercial flights continues to increase due to the easing of travel restrictions of other countries.

As part of the preparations, Manila International Airport (MIAA) General Manager Ed Monreal personally inspected the terminal 3 to check if the additional chairs to be placed near the check in counters at the departure area are complete.

Health and safety protocols, such as wearing of face masks and physical distancing inside the airport are still strictly implemented. —(from the report of Asher Cadapan, Jr.) /mbmf

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