LIST: Cebu Pacific cancelled flights due to Clark airport closure

Robie de Guzman   •   April 23, 2019   •   2054

MANILA, Philippines — Cebu Pacific on Tuesday released an updated list of its cancelled flights due to the continued closure of Clark International Airport in Pampanga which was damaged by a strong earthquake on Monday.

In an advisory, Cebu Pacific said the following flights were cancelled:

April 23, 2019
• 5J 120 Clark-Hong Kong
• 5J 121 Hong Kong-Clark
• 5J 609 Clark-Cebu
• 5J 608 Cebu-Clark
• 5J 370 Clark-Macau

April 24, 2019
• 5J 371 Macau-Clark
• 5J 607 Clark-Cebu
• 5J 606 Cebu-Clark
• 5J 150 Clark-Hong Kong
• 5J 149 Hong Kong-Clark
• 5J 613 Clark-Bohol (Tagbilaran)
• 5J 614 Bohol (Tagbilaran)-Clark
• 5J 913 Clark-Caticlan (Boracay)
• 5J 914 Caticlan (Boracay)-Clark
• 5J 537 Clark-Singapore
• 5J 538 Singapore-Clark
• 5J 985 Clark-Davao
• 5J 986 Davao-Clark

Cebu Pacific said affected passengers may rebook their flights for travel within 30 days from original departure date, free of charge; or re-route to or from Manila for travel within 30 days, subject to availability of seats.

They may also get a full refund or opt to place the full cost of the ticket in a travel fund.

“Affected passengers will be notified via email or text message,” Cebu Pacific said.

Passengers may also manage their own booking by visiting the Cebu Pacific website “manage booking” section.

The airline company also assured their clients to provide updated information through their website and social media accounts.

Authorities earlier said Clark Airport could reopen on Wednesday, April 24. — Robie de Guzman

PAL, Cebu Pacific resume PH-Taiwan flights

Marje Pelayo   •   February 17, 2020

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Cebu Pacific announced the resumption of their respective flights to Taiwan.

The decision came after the Philippine government lifted its travel ban imposed on the island nation due to the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Flag carrier PAL said they will operate the following flight schedule going to and from Taipei Taoyuan International Airport:

February 21 to February 29 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

  • PR 890 Manila-Taipei
  • PR 891 Taipei-Manila

March 1 (onwards)

  • PR890 – Manila (6:05 AM) to Taipei (8:30 AM)
  • PR891 – Taipei (9:30 AM) to Manila (11:40 AM)

March 29 (onwards)

  • Standard regular schedule of twice-daily flights
    • (PR890/PR891 and PR894/PR 895)

Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific also announced resumption of the following flights:

February 17 (until further notice)

  • 5J310 Manila-Taipei  (Departs 10:40 pm)

February 18 (until further notice)

  • 5J311 Taipei-Manila  (Departs 1:45am Mon/Wed/Sat; 2:15am Tue/Thu/Fri/Sun)

February 21 (until further notice)

Manila-Taipei

  • 5J 312 (Departs 7:05 am)
  • 5J 310 (Departs 10:40 pm)

Taipei-Manila

  • 5J311 (Departs 1:45 am)
  • 5J313 (Departs 10:45 am)

For passengers who booked the said flights but have not availed for refund will depart as scheduled.

Passengers may also check the status of their flights through Cebu Pacific’s website on the Manage Booking menu.

Cebu Pacific cancels flights to, from China, HK, Macau

Aileen Cerrudo   •   February 3, 2020

Cebu Pacific has announced the cancellation of its flights between the Philippines and China, Hong Kong and Macau effective immediately.

In their Facebook post, the airline company said this is in support of the Philippine government’s efforts to manage the risks of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

Flights between the Philippines and Macau and Hong Kong will remain canceled until February 29, while flights between the Philippines and China will remain canceled until March 29.

Cebu Pacific passengers traveling from the Philippines to mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau until March 31, 2020, may avail of the following options through the Manage Booking portal in the Cebu Pacific website https://book.cebupacificair.com/Manage/Retrieve:

  • Rebook the flight (new flight date within 30 days of original travel date)
  • Refund the tickets in full
  • Store the value of the ticket in a Travel Fund for future use

Meanwhile, all foreign nationals (except those with valid permanent resident visas to the Philippines) who have visited mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau 14 days before traveling to the Philippines will not be allowed to check-in for their flight.

All Filipinos and permanent residents of the Philippines, arriving from international flights who have been to mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau in the last 14 days prior to arrival in the Philippines will be required by the Bureau of Quarantine to undergo a home quarantine process upon arrival.—AAC

Cebu Pacific: Flights en route to China, HK, Macau can rebook, refund tickets

Aileen Cerrudo   •   January 27, 2020

Cebu Pacific announced passengers with flights between China, Hong Kong and Macau booked on or before January 24, 2020 and travelling until February 29 may rebook their flights for free or refund their tickets in full.

In their Facebook post, Cebu Pacific said passengers can avail the following options:

● Rebook flights (new flight date within 30 days of original travel date);
● Refund tickets in full;
● Store the value of the ticket in a Travel Fund for future use

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