Pal just released its updated flight schedules from now until September. Photo from ABS-CBN News
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Here are Philippine Airlines’ local and international flights for August to September

This updated list also includes travel guidelines to different destinations.
ANCX | Aug 27 2020

Earlier today, Philippine Airlines released its list of domestic and international flights from now until September.

As usual, the national carrier would like to emphasize that flight schedules are highly subject

to change for reasons beyond its control. These may be cancelled or adjusted depending on international and provincial entry restrictions as well as COVID testing/quarantine limitations at specific airports. PAL created a post to explain this further.

If your flight is cancelled, PAL says your current tickets are safe and remain valid. For details on your options, please click here. For PAL’s new normal procedures, please click here.

 

Notes for travel to Legazpi, Davao, Ozamiz, Zamboanga, Clark, General Santos

Passengers traveling to Davao City are recommended to submit, prior to check in, a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours before departure. This is to avoid any inconvenience of having to undergo the required COVID test upon arrival at Davao airport, and waiting for the test result at the airport. Passengers will not be allowed to leave the airport holding area until the results are released, which may usually take from 8 to 12 hours. Children under the age of 12 are exempted provided that the accompanying adult presents a negative RT-PCR result.

Passengers traveling to Zamboanga are required to undergo a COVID-19 RT-PCR test upon arrival in Zamboanga, and to quarantine for 14 days after arrival, to comply with requirements of local authorities. Locally stranded individuals are now allowed by local authorities to board Zamboanga-bound flights regardless of their final destination.

Passengers traveling to General Santos are required to present a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test taken in the last 72 hours prior to check-in.

Passengers traveling to Legazpi are required to present negative Rapid Diagnostic Testing (RDT) and/or RT-PCR test taken within three (3) days prior to check-in.

Passengers traveling to Ozamiz are required to undergo rapid testing at the airport of origin prior to boarding. Only passengers with negative result will be allowed to board.

Clark-bound passengers who plan to enter Angeles City must present negative COVID-19 test results (RT-PCR testing) at the city boundary checkpoints.

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.

 

For international passengers arriving in the Philippines

Passengers arriving at Manila airport are required to register online at least three (3) days prior to their date of departure to arrange for the mandated COVID-19 swab test (RT-PCR) to be administered upon arrival. Please visit the PAL Facebook account for more details or click on the following links:

For OFWs

For non-OFWs (Returning Overseas Filipinos, etc.)

Passengers arriving at Cebu (Mactan Cebu International Airport or MCIA), are required to register online not earlier than five (5) days prior to their flight departure via the Passenger Arrival Registration Form.

Payment of the fees for the swab test, as well as the cost of hotel accommodation, shall be shouldered by the traveler; except that the cost for OFWs shall be shouldered by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (for land-based OFWs) and by MARINA or the local manning agency (for sea-based OFWs).

For all international travelers: Please check the most updated travel regulations in the government website of your destination country, as well as your country of departure. These governmental regulations may change frequently and may have an impact on the status of your flight or your acceptance for boarding.

For all domestic travelers: 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.

For more information, please see here.
 


Terminal assignments

All our international flights from Manila will depart from NAIA Terminal 1. Arrivals will be at NAIA Terminal 2. Departure and arrival in Manila of all domestic flights will be at NAIA Terminal 2.

 

International flight schedule

Manila-Los Angeles-Manila
4x a week (Tue/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun)

 

Manila-San Francisco-Manila
2x a week (Wed/Sat)

 

Manila-New York
Once a week (Friday)

 

New York-Manila
Once a week (Saturday)

 

Manila-Honolulu-Manila
Once a week (Thursday) effective September 3

Note: Entry requirements for Hawaii have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Toronto
Once a week (Wednesday)

 

Toronto-Manila
August 27, then once a week (Wednesday) effective September 2

 

Manila-Vancouver-Manila
Once a week (Thursday)

 

Manila-Guam
Once a week (Saturday) until August 29

2x a week (Thu/ Sat) effective September 3

Note: Entry requirements for Guam have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Guam-Manila
Once a week (Sunday) until August 30
2x a week (Fri/ Sunday) effective September 4

 

Manila-London (Heathrow)-Manila
Once a week (Thursday) until August 27
2x a week (Mon/ Thu) effective September 2

 

Manila-Sydney
August 31, September 25
Note: Seat capacity is limited on flights from Manila to Sydney to comply with Australian quarantine restrictions.

 

Sydney-Manila
September 1 and 26

 

Manila-Singapore-Manila
2x a week (Wed/ Sat) until September 5

2x a week (Mon/ Sat) effective September 7

Note: Entry requirements for Singapore have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Kuala Lumpur-Manila
Once a week (Saturday) until August 29
Once a week (Wednesday) effective September 2

 

Manila-Jakarta
September 6 and 20

 

Jakarta-Manila
September 7 and 21

 

Manila-Bangkok-Manila
August 29, September 9 and 23

Note: Entry requirements for Thailand have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Tokyo (Haneda)-Manila
3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Sun)


Manila-Tokyo (Narita)-Manila
3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Fri)

 

Cebu-Tokyo (Narita)-Cebu
September 5 and 19

 

Manila-Fukuoka-Manila
Once a week (Sunday) until August 30
2x a week (Wed/ Sat) effective September 2

 

Manila-Osaka (Kansai)-Manila
3x a week (Tue/ Fri/ Sun) until August 30

3x a week (Mon/ Tue/ Thu) effective September 1

 

Manila-Nagoya-Manila
2x a week (Wed/ Sat)

Note for Travel to Japan: Entry requirements for Japan have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Hong Kong-Manila
Once a week (Friday) until August 28

Once a week (Tuesday) effective September 1

Note: Entry requirements for Hong Kong have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Taipei-Manila

Once a week (Thursday) effective September 3

Note: Entry requirements for Taiwan have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Dubai-Manila
2x a week (Tue/ Thu) until August 27

3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sat) effective September 1

Note: PR 659 departing Dubai on August 27 will be re-routed to land in Cebu instead of Manila.

Note: Entry requirements for UAE have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Dammam-Manila
2x a week (Mon/ Fri)

Note: PR 683 departing Dammam on August 28 will be re-routed to land in Cebu instead of Manila.

 

See Note for Travel to Saudi Arabia below.

Manila-Riyadh-Manila
2x a week (Tue/ Sat) until August 29
3x a week (Tue/Wed/ Sat) effective September 1

Note for Travel to Saudi Arabia: Entry requirements for Saudi Arabia have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Manila-Doha-Manila
Once a week (Thursday) until August 27

3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri) effective September 2

Note: PR 685 departing Doha on August 27 will be re-routed to land in Cebu instead of Manila.

 

Manila-Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

September 30

Note: Entry requirements for Vietnam have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)-Manila
August 26, September 16 and 30

 

Manila-Seoul (Incheon)-Manila
September 9 and 23

Note: Entry requirements for South Korea have been updated recently. For more information, please check their government website. Additionally, you may check here.

 

Domestic flight schedule

Manila-Basco-Manila
September 5 and 21

 

Manila-Laoag-Manila
Once a week (Thursday)

 

Manila-Legazpi-Manila
4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun), effective August 30

Subject to LGU approvals

 

Manila-Puerto Princesa-Manila
2x a week (Wed/ Sat)

Manila-Cebu-Manila
2x daily

Manila-Bacolod
August 28 and 31
2x a week (Mon/ Fri) effective September 4

The August 28 and 31 sweeper flights are not affected by the newly announced “time-out weekend” that will take effect from August 28 to 31.

 

Bacolod-Manila
August 28, 30 and 31

3x a week (Mon/ Fri/ Sun) effective September 4
The August 28, 30 and 31 sweeper flights are not affected by the newly announced “time-out weekend” that will take effect from August 28 to 31.

 

Manila-Iloilo
2x a week (Wed/ Fri)
Note: The flight on August 26 is strictly open only for residents bound for Iloilo Province (except Iloilo City). On August 28, only residents of Iloilo City and Province of Guimaras shall be allowed to board as per LGU advisory.

 

Iloilo-Manila
3x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri)

 

Manila-Catarman-Manila
Once a week (Friday) effective September 4

 

Manila-Dumaguete-Manila
2x a week (Tue/ Fri)

Manila-Kalibo-Manila
2x a week (Fri/ Sun)

 

Manila-Roxas-Manila
Once a week (Monday)

 

Manila-Tacloban-Manila
3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Sat) until August 31
5x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Thu/ Fri/ Sun) effective September 2

 

Manila-Butuan-Manila
4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun)

 

Manila-Cotabato-Manila
5x a week (Mon/ Tue/ Wed/ Thu/ Sat) effective August 29
Subject to LGU approvals

 

Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Manila
Daily

 

Manila-Dipolog-Manila
4x a week (Mon/Wed/ Fri/ Sun)

Manila-Davao-Manila
2x a week (Mon/ Thu)

 

Manila-General Santos-Manila
2x a week (Mon/ Thu) effective September 7

 

Manila-Ozamiz-Manila
3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri) until August 31
3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sat) effective September 1

 

Manila-Pagadian-Manila
5x a week (Tue/ Wed/ Thu/ Sat/ Sun) effective September 1

 

Manila-Zamboanga-Manila
2x a week (Mon/ Thu)

 

Clark-Davao-Clark
Once a week (Friday)

 

Cebu-Tacloban-Cebu
2x a week (Tue/ Sat)

 

Cebu-Dumaguete-Cebu
2x a week (Mon/ Thu)

 

Cebu-Cagayan de Oro-Cebu
2x a week (Wed/ Sun) until August 29
3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun) effective September 2

 

Cebu-Davao-Cebu
Once a week (Tuesday)

 

Cebu-Zamboanga-Cebu
Once a week (Monday)

 

Cebu-Dipolog-Cebu
2x a week (Mon/ Fri) until August 31
2x a week (Mon/ Thu) effective September 3

 

For more information and updates, visit PhilippineAirlines.com.