LIST: PAL Canceled Flights due to Typhoon Ulysses

Passengers can rebook their flights.
Photo/s: from Philippine Airlines Facebook page

Philippine Airlines on cancelled some international and domestic flights due to Typhoon Ulysses (international name: Vamco).

"For the safety of our passengers, PAL has cancelled the following flights in anticipation of Typhoon ULYSSES (international name “Vamco”), which is expected to directly affect parts of the Philippines," the airline said in a Facebook advisory.

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These PAL flights have been cancelled due to Typhoon Ulysses:

NOVEMBER 11 (Wednesday)

DOMESTIC FLIGHTS CANCELLED

PR2923 Manila – Legazpi
PR2924 Legazpi - Manila

NOVEMBER 12 (Thursday)

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS CANCELLED

PR511 Manila – Singapore
PR502 Singapore – Manila
PR890 Manila - Taipei
PR891 Taipei - Manila
PR412 Manila – Osaka Kansai
PR411 Osaka Kansai - Manila
PR428 Manila – Tokyo Narita
PR427 Tokyo Narita – Manila

NOVEMBER 12 (Thursday)

DOMESTIC FLIGHTS CANCELLED

PR453 Manila – General Santos
PR454 General Santos - Manila
PR1813 Manila - Davao
PR1814 Davao - Manila
PR1845 Manila – Cebu
PR1846 Cebu - Manila
PR2521 Manila - Cagayan de Oro
PR2959 Manila - Cotabato
PR2985 Manila - Tacloban
PR2997 Manila - Zamboanga

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The airline said it would continue to closely monitor the typhoon situation and prompty provide updates on further changes. Passengers are encouraged to monitor their flight's status by checking the official PAL website or the official PAL Facebook page.

Even after the weather improves, PAL may take time to resume normal schedules as they would need to adjust slots and flights, as well as coordinate with airport and air traffic control authorities.

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Passengers whose flights are cancelled are urged to stay at home and instead avail of the airline's rebooking options, on the following terms:

  • If your contact details are in PAL's reservations records, you will be informed of the status of your flights via e-mail, telephone call or SMS/text.
  • You have the option to rebook on the flight of your choice (on the same cabin class) within 30 days from original travel date with rebooking service fees waived.
  • You also have the option to refund your ticket cost within 30 days from original travel date.
  • You may convert your ticket to a travel voucher for future use.
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For more information, you may visit the official Philippine Airlines Facebook page or the official Philippine Airlines wesbite. You may also call the PAL hotline call PAL hotline (02) (+632) 8855-888]

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