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Here’s a masterlist of operational domestic flights this June

By VIANCA GAMBOA
Illustration by ARIANA MARALIT

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It may take a year before we can travel leisurely again, but a lot of domestic airlines are resuming operations already following new government developments as Metro Manila transitions to General Community Quarantine (GCQ). The resumption of flights also serves as a gradual recovery from the local airline industry’s unprecedented recession due to Covid-19 pandemic, and will continue expanding both domestic and international route networks depending on passenger demands and easing of travel restrictions.

The Inter-Agency Task Force, however, confirms that airlines should only accommodate air travel to and from provinces and regions under GCQ with valid purposes (work-related, recovery flights for OFWs, transport of essential goods, etc.) for the time being, which is subjected to local government units’(LGUs) approval and requires travel authority or pass issued from a police department from point of origin. Additional documents may also include medical certificate, barangay endorsement, certificate of employment, or identification card with the address. It’s best to get in touch with the corresponding LGU of the place you’re trying to visit to ensure your eligibility for travel, as getting denied entry can be really stressful.

Take note that those who are below 21 years old or 60 years old and above, pregnant women, and those with other medical conditions like immunodeficiency and comorbidities are prohibited, unless allowed under certain circumstances. For a list of new protocols to expect as you board a plane, read this: https://lifestyle.mb.com.ph/2020/05/26/10-ways-local-airlines-will-change-in-the-new-normal/

You also need to be responsible in booking flights, and should keep track of sudden adjustments in schedules and status, and canceled flights by staying on top of travel advisories.

AirAsia
Due to indefinite closure of Terminal 4, all AirAsia domestic flights are temporarily moved to Terminal 3.

Select flights are open for booking via airasia.com and its mobile app. You may also redeem credit accounts accumulated from canceled flights due to Enhanced Community Quarantine travel restrictions.

MANILA-DAVAO-MANILA
Z2 613 / 614
Z2 611 / 612
Effective: June 8

CEBU-DAVAO-CEBU
Z2 521 / 522
Effective: June 8

CLARK-DAVAO-CLARK
Z2 480 / 481
Effective: June 8

MANILA-PUERTO PRINCESA-MANILA
Z2 426 / 427
Z2 430 / 431
Effective: June 11

CLARK-PUERTO PRINCESA-CLARK
Z2 951 / 952
Effective: June 11

Philippine Airlines
PAL plans to expand operations in the coming weeks and months should aviation authorities and the general travel landscape observe a more reassuring public health condition.

You may book your flights through philippineairlines.com or call the PAL’s Reservations hotline: (+632) 8855-8888 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

*pubmat of PAL protocols*

MANILA – CEBU – MANILA
PR 1845/1846 – Daily (Effective June 8)
PR 1859/1860- Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays (Effective June 11)
PR 1859/1860- Daily (Effective June 15)

MANILA – DAVAO – MANILA
PR 2813/2814 – Mondays (Effective June 8)

MANILA – CAGAYAN DE ORO – MANILA
PR 2521/2522 – June 7
PR 2521/2522 – Daily (Effective June 8)

MANILA – LAOAG – MANILA
PR 2196/2197 – June 13 (to help stranded individuals and in support of the Ilocos Norte government initiatives)
PR 2196/2197- Tuesdays, Saturdays (Effective June 16)
PR 2196/2197- Saturdays (Effective June 22)
PR 2198/2199 – Wednesdays, Sundays (Effective June 16)
PR 2198/2199- Sundays (Effective June 22)

MANILA – PAGADIAN – MANILA
PR 2783/2784 – Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays (Effective June 08)

MANILA – ZAMBOANGA – MANILA
PR 2997/2998 – Mondays (Effective June 08)
*Reduced from six times a week to only once a week (Monday) due to revised local government regulations. If you have booked on other days, you are requested to rebook on a Monday PR2997/2998 flight.

MANILA – BACOLOD – MANILA
PR 2131/2132 – Daily (Effective June 16)

MANILA – ILOILO – MANILA
PR 2141/2142 – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays (Effective June 16)
PR 2141/2142 – Daily (Effective June 22)

MANILA – KALIBO – MANILA
PR 2969/2970 – Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays (Effective June 16)

MANILA – CATICLAN (BORACAY) – MANILA
PR 2041/2042 – Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays (Effective June 16)

MANILA – ROXAS – MANILA
PR 2203/2204 – Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays (Effective June 16)

CEBU – DAVAO – CEBU
PR 2363/2364 – Tuesdays (Effective June 9)

Cebu Pacific
You may book through a more flexible system called CEB Flexi, which will allow you to rebook flights up to two times for free to avoid getting good money go to waste. All flights should be managed on cebupacificair.com

MANILA-DIPOLOG-MANILA
June 8 to 30

MANILA-PAGADIAN-MANILA
June 8 to 30

MANILA-ZAMBOANGA-MANILA
June 8 to 30

MANILA-MASBATE-MANILA
June 9 to 30

MANILA-TABLAS-MANILA
June 10 to 30

MANILA-DAVAO-MANILA
June 10 to 30

CEBU-CLARK-CEBU
June 10 to 30

MANILA-BACOLOD-MANILA
June 16-30

MANILA-COTABATO-MANILA
June 16 to 30

MANILA-DUMAGUETE-MANILA
June 16 to 30

MANILA-ILOILO-MANILA
June 16 to 30

MANILA-BORACAY (CATICLAN)-MANILA
June 16 to 30

MANILA-ROXAS-MANILA
June 16 to 30

MANILA-TACLOBAN-MANILA
June 16 to 30

MANILA-BOHOL-MANILA
June 16 to 30

MANILA-CORON (BUSUANGA)-MANILA
June 16 to 30

CEBU-DAVAO-CEBU
June 16 to 30

 

 

 

 


Source: Manila Bulletin (https://lifestyle.mb.com.ph/2020/06/08/heres-a-masterlist-of-operational-domestic-flights-this-june/)

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