PAL zaps flights in anticipation over ‘Ompong‘

In the interest of safety, Philippine Airlines said late Friday it was canceling the following flights in anticipation of Typhoon “Ompong” (international name ‘Mangkhut’):

September 14 (Friday)—International Flights Canceled 

PR312 Manila-Hong Kong

PR346 Manila-Shanghai (Pudong)

PR347 Shanghai (Pudong)-Manila

PR2482 Tagbilaran-Seoul (Incheon)

September 15 (Saturday)-International Flights Canceled

PR313 Hong Kong-Manila 

PR2483 Seoul (Incheon)-Tagbilaran

PR352/ 353 Manila-Macau-Manila

PR5408/407 Manila-Osaka (Kansai)-Manila 

PR334/335 Manila-Xiamen-Manila

PR318/319 Manila-Hong Kong-Manila

PR310/311 Manila-Hong Kong-Manila

PR312 Manila-Hong Kong 

PR390 Cebu-Beijing 

PR423 Tokyo (Haneda)-Manila

PR300/301 Manila-Hong Kong-Manila

PR306/307 Manila-Hong Kong-Manila

September 16 (Sunday)—International Flights Canceled

PR313 Hong Kong-Manila 

PR391 Beijing-Cebu

September 14 (Friday)—Domestic Flights Canceled

PR2935 Clark-Virac

PR2936 Virac-Clark

PR2688 Clark-Basco

PR2689 Basco-Clark

PR2614 Clark-Tuguegarao

PR2615 Tuguegarao -Clark

PR832 Davao – Clark

PR2198/ 2199 Manila-Laoag-Manila

PR2692 Busuanga-Clark

PR 2686 Busuanga-Clark

September 15 (Saturday)—Domestic Flights Canceled

PR2196 Manila-Laoag

PR2197 Laoag-Manila

PR2198 Manila-Laoag

PR2199 Laoag-Manila

PR2688 Clark-Basco

PR2689 Basco -Clark

PR2614 Clark-Tuguegarao

PR2615 Tuguegarao-Clark

PR833 Clark-Cagayan 

PR834 Cagayan-Clark 

PR831 Clark – Davao

PR2671/2672 Clark-Calbayog-Clark

PR2875/2876 Clark-Siargao-Clark

PR2684/2685 Clark-Busuanga-Clark

PR2678/2679 Clark-Busuanga-Clark

PR2153/ 2154 Manila-Bacolod-Manila

PR 2789/ 2790 Manila-Puerto Princesa-Manila

September 15 (Saturday)—International Flights Delayed 

The following flights from the Middle East will be re-timed to arrive in the afternoon of Sept. 15 to stay clear of the typhoon (instead of their original morning arrival times):

PR685 Doha-Manila

PR655 Riyadh-Manila

PR659 Dubai-Manila

PR683 Dammam – Manila

Saying that it was a “developing situation” and that further changes could be expected, the airline asked its passengers to reconsider their travel plans to and from affected areas for the coming two days, as it expects more cancellations or delays. 

“PAL will closely monitor the typhoon situation and will provide updates on any further changes in schedules or cancellations,” it said in a statement.

They directed passengers to monitor the status of their flights by logging on to their website ( and check the flight status page within 48 hours before their scheduled trip.

Passengers may also download the PAL Mobile App for easier monitoring, the airline said, as it promised to post advisories on its Official PAL Facebook page.

“Please do not proceed to the airport if your flights are canceled, but instead avail of the rebooking or rerouting options,” it added.

Topics: Philippine Airlines , International Flights Delayed  , Typhoon Ompong
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