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Airlines cancel more flights December 4 due to Tisoy

The eye of Severe Tropical Storm Kammuri (Philippine name: Tisoy) exited the Philippine land mass today, but its tail-end still packs strong winds, prompting airlines to cancel some flights today, December 4.

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announced in an advisory today the cancellation of the ff flights:

Terminal 2
Philippine Airlines (International)
PR 300 Manila – Hong Kong
PR 212 Sydney – Manila
PR 466/467 Manila – Seoul Incheon – Manila
PR 423 Tokyo Haneda – Manila
PR 510 Singapore – Manila
PR 536 Jakarta – Manila
PR 538 Denpasar Bali – Manila
PR 210 Melbourne – Manila

Philippine Airlines (Domestic)
PR 2921/2922 Manila – Legazpi – Manila
PR 1845 Manila – Cebu
PR 1843 Manila – Cebu
PR 453 Manila – General Santos
PR 1811 Manila – Davao
PR 1809 Manila – Davao
PR 1781 – Manila – Puerto Princesa
PR 2519 Manila-Cagayan De Oro
PR 2139 Manila-Iloilo
PR 2981 Manila-Tacloban
PR 2129 Manila-Bacolod
PR 2967 Manila-Butuan
PR 2993 Manila-Zamboanga
PR 2541 Manila-Dumaguete
PR 2557 Manila-Dipolog
PR 2203 Manila-Roxas
PR 2889 Manila-Ozamiz
PR 2835 Manila-Cebu

Terminal 3
Cebu Pacific (Domestic)
5J 321/322 Manila-Legazpi-Manila
5J 325/326 Manila-Legazpi-Manila
5J 327/328 Manila-Legazpi-Manila

Terminal 4
Cebgo
DG 6111/DG 6112 Manila-Naga-Manila
DG 6193/6194 Manila-Legazpi-Manila

The three terminals of NAIA closed for ten hours yesterday, from 11am-11pm, as Typhoon Tisoy battered Metro Manila and the rest of the Luzon.

NAIA runways were opened at 6pm Tuesday night to allow 53 domestic carriers to bring back to Manila all their aircrafts which were diverted to other domestic airports.

MIAA General Manager Ed Monreal advised airline passengers of those flights cancelled not to go to the airport unless they have confirmed bookings and just end up as chance passengers. He said that it is best for them to contact their airline carriers so they can be properly guided about rebooking procedures.

As soon as the weather improves in Manila, domestic airlines can start mounting flights and resume regular operations, MIAA said.

“Priority will be given to scheduled flights arriving or departing from 11PM onwards (December 3),” MIAA added.

The GM reminded airline operators to be ready for recovery operations and to advise their handling agents to maximize deployment of people to service all requirements.

Daily maintenance closure of NAIA’s runway from 1:30AM to 3:30AM remains suspended to accommodate flights affected by the ten-hour closure.

Further clarifications may be directed to the Media Affairs Division at telephone numbers 8854-0015 or 88771109 local 4229/3102. Or email us at [email protected] or contact us through our Facebook Page (Ninoy Aquino International Airport MIAA) and Twitter (@MIAAGovPH). We can also be reached through our Hotline numbers 8877-1111 (Voice) or 0917-8396242/0918-9186242 (SMS).

For flight inquiries, following numbers may be reached: 8877-1109 loc. 2181 (Terminal 1), loc. 2182 (Terminal 2), loc. 2184 (Terminal 4) and 8877-7888 loc. 2183 (Terminal 3).

Staff Report

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