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Flight Advisory No. 1

January 8, 2022 (Saturday) as of 0557H (05:57AM)

Canceled flights due to operational requirements:

5J (Cebu Pacific) International
5J 807 - Manila-Singapore
5J 804 - Singapore-Manila

5J 619/620 - Manila-Tagbilaran-Manila
5J 506/507 - Manila-Tuguegarao-Manila
5J 449/450 - Manila-Iloilo-Manila
5J 887/888 - Manila-Cotabato-Manila
5J 569/570 - Manila-Cebu-Manila
5J 771/772 - Manila-Pagadian-Manila
5J 373/374 - Manila-Roxas-Manila
5J 379/380 - Manila-Cagayan-Manila
5J 793/794 - Manila-Butuan-Manila
5J 977/978 - Manila-Davao-Manila
5J 337/338 - Manila-Kalibo-Manila
5J 899/900 - Manila-Caticlan-Manila
5J 659/660 - Manila-Tacloban-Manila
5J 905/906 - Manila-Caticlan-Manila
5J 997/998 - Manila-General Santos-Manila
5J 385/386 - Manila-Cagayan-Manila
5J 975/976 - Manila-Davao-Manila
5J 621/622 - Manila-Tagbilaran-Manila
5J 447/448 - Manila-Iloilo-Manila
5J 851/852 - Manila-Zamboanga-Manila
5J 893/894 - Manila-Caticlan-Manila
5J 657/658 - Manila-Tacloban-Manila
5J 477/478 - Manila-Bacolod-Manila
5J 891/892 - Manila-Caticlan-Manila
5J 581/582 - Manila-Cebu-Manila
5J 389/390 - Manila-Cagayan-Manila
5J 977/978 - Manila-Davao-Manila
5J 556/557 - Manila-Cebu-Manila
5J 653/654 - Manila-Tacloban-Manila

(DG) CebGo
DG 6041/6042 - Manila-Busuanga-Manila
DG 6043/6044 - Manila-Busuanga-Manila
DG 5395/5396 - Manila-Iloilo-Manila
DG 6194/6195 - Manila-Legazpi-Manila
DG 6247/6248 - Manila-Caticlan-Manila

(PR) Philippine Airlines
PR 1841/1842 - Manila-Cebu-Manila
PR 1141/1142 - Manila-Iloilo-Manila
PR 1809/1810 - Manila-Davao-Manila

(2P) PAL Express
2P 2773/2774 - Manila-Tagbilaran-Manila
2P 2519/2520 - Manila-Cagayan-Manila
2P 2959/2960 - Manila-Cotabato-Manila
2P 2835 - Manila-Cebu
2P 2880 - Cebu-Manila
2P 2783/2784 - Manila-Pagadian-Manila
2P 2045/2046 - Manila-Caticlan-Manila
2P 2921/2922 - Manila-Legazpi-Manila
2P 2963/2964 - Manila-Busuanga-Manila
2P 2037/2038 - Manila-Caticlan-Manila
2P 2934/2935 - Manila-Butuan-Manila
2P 2521/2522 - Manila-Cagayan-Manila
2P 2981/2982 - Manila-Tacloban-Manila
2P 2545/2546 - Manila-Dumaguete-Manila
2P 2777/2778 - Manila-Tagbilaran-Manila


Notice to all passengers and airport users

Use of face shields in NAIA terminals and inside the aircraft is now voluntary.

Other health and safety protocols such as wearing of face mask, proper handwashing, and social distancing shall still be observed at all times.

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Update as of September 10, 2021.

All arriving international travelers in Manila, Laoag, Davao, Clark, and now Subic, must register to the Bureau of Quarantine (BOQ) One Health Pass in compliance with IATF and the Civil Aeronautics Board. It is required that you declare personal information, health status, and travel history.

For more information, visit https://bit.ly/PALTravelsToPH


Check the status of your flight online, 48 hours before departure.

If your flight is affected by COVID-19 cancellations, go to https://bit.ly/myPALRequestHub to rebook, refund, or convert your ticket to a travel voucher.


An update on IATF 125 for fully vaccinated travelers arriving in the Philippines.

Presentation of Philippine Overseas Labor Offices (POLO) validation as proof of vaccination status is extended to the spouse, children and/or parent/s of OFWs traveling with them.

For the full list of IATF's identified Green Countries and other important details, please visit: https://bit.ly/PALTravelsToPH-Vaccinated.



Travel Advisory No. 179

May 28, 2021

Alert for Passengers of Flights to Saudi Arabia:

All Philippine Airlines flights to and from Riyadh and Dammam (Saudi Arabia) will continue to operate as scheduled.

However, for flights from Manila to Riyadh and Dammam, we will not be able to accept Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) holding work visas until further notice. This is to comply with the Philippine Government's latest directive suspending their deployment to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We will only be able to resume carrying such OFWs once the suspension is lifted or modified by the Philippine Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

For flights from Riyadh and Dammam to Manila, we are able to carry OFWs in line with the usual practice. as part of our commitment to bring home our valued OFW passengers so that they may be reunited with their families.

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mactancebuairport.com All arriving domestic passengers are reminded to strictly adhere to the following guidelines and documentary requirements upon check-in at their port of origin and upon arrival at MCIA.




Travel Advisory No. 162

as of 23 March 2021 1:00 AM


To comply with the continuing restrictions limiting the maximum number of passenger arrivals from international flights to 1,500 a day for all airlines combined into Manila until 8:00 AM of April 19, the following international flights are canceled:

March 23

PR 507/508 Manila-Singapore-Manila

PR 412/411 Manila-Osaka Kansai-Manila

PR 890/891 Manila- Taipei- Manila

PR 300/301 Manila- Hong Kong- Manila

PR 428/427 Manila-Tokyo (Narita)- Manila

PR 102/103 Manila-Los Angeles-Manila

March 24

PR507/508 Manila-Singapore-Manila

PR438/439 Manila-Nagoya-Manila

PR 300/301 Manila-Hong Kong-Manila

PR 730/731 Manila-Bangkok-Manila

PR 421/422 Manila- Tokyo (Haneda)-Manila

PR 591/592 Manila-Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)-Manila

PR 525/526 Manila-Kuala Lumpur-Manila

PR 658/659 Manila-Dubai-Manila

March 25

PR 468/469 Manila-Seoul (Incheon)-Manila

PR 890/891 Manila-Taipei-Manila

PR 427/428 Manila-Tokyo (Narita)-Manila

PR 102/103 Manila-Los Angeles-Manila

PR 658/659 Manila-Dubai-Manila

Note: PR 685 originally set for on March 25 is now re-set to depart from Doha on March 26 and land in CLARK instead of Manila.

March 26

PR5686/5687 Manila-Dammam-Manila

PR428/427 Manila-Tokyo (Narita)-Manila

PR412/411 Manila-Osaka (Kansai)-Manila

PR507/508 Manila-Singapore-Manila

PR426/425 Manila-Fukuoka-Manila

PR 658/659 Manila-Dubai-Manila

PR 300/301 Manila-Hong Kong-Manila

March 31

PR 468/469 Manila-Seoul (Incheon)-Manila

Philippine Airlines will continue to announce additional flight cancellations for the remainder of the stated period once the details are confirmed.


If you are affected by these flight cancellations and/or the ongoing travel restrictions within this period, you have the following options:

1. Convert your ticket to a travel voucher with 10% bonus and valid for up to 2 years, which must be requested on or before June 30, 2021.

2. Avail of unlimited rebooking (no rebooking fee) until December 31, 2021. If you will be completing your travel in the same booking class by June 30, 2021 (or ticket validity, whichever comes first), there will be no fare difference charge.

3. Refund your ticket without penalties

You may request any of the options via https://mypal.vip/url/RequestHub.

For more information, you may call PAL hotline (02) (+632) 8855-8888, visit www.philippineairlines.com.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


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Here’s what you need to know about the arrival capacity and entry restrictions to the Philippines from March 18 - April 21, 2021.

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Travel Advisory No. 152
16 March 2021


Philippine government authorities have directed that international inbound arrivals at Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport shall be limited to a maximum of 1,500 passengers per day for all airlines combined, for the period from March 18 (at 8:00 AM Philippine time) to April 19, 2021 (at 8:00 AM Philippine time), in line with a directive issued by the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB).

To comply with the restriction, airlines will need to cancel a number of international flights to and from Manila during the stated March 18 to April 19 period. Philippine Airlines will operate our full international schedule for March 18 but we will be announcing in due course any flight cancellations on other days for the rest of the period.

Airlines will likewise comply with any directives from the Philippine Bureau of Immigration (BI) and concerned authorities on the type of travelers that will be allowed entry into the Philippines within the same March 18 (8 AM) to April 19 (8 AM) period. Please note that certain passenger types will thus need to postpone their Manila-bound travels until after the stated period.

Please stay posted for further updates, as we await the final announcements and information from the BI and the concerned authorities.

We seek your understanding as we prepare to make adjustments in our operations to comply with these latest government measures, as we support the national effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you.


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The Philippine government's Inter-Agency Task Force on the Management of Emerging and Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) has revised the testing and quarantine protocols for passengers (Filipino citizens and eligible non-Filipinos) arriving in the Philippines from countries where travel restrictions are in place due to new COVID-19 variants.

Effective January 23, 2021, passengers arriving in the Philippines from countries covered by travel restrictions shall be given RT-PCR testing upon arrival and shall be given the option to avail of a second swab test on their 5th day of quarantine.


1. Passengers arriving in the Philippines are required to register on Case Investigation Forms depending on their traveler type and port of entry:

For land-based OFWs arriving in Manila: https://bit.ly/MNLPHRedCrosseCIF
(For land-based OFWs, create/update your account on the OFW Assistance Information System (OASIS) at http://oasis. owwa.gov.ph/)
For sea-based OFWs arriving in Manila: https://ecif.firstaide.ph

For all non-OFW passengers (including Returning Overseas Filipinos, authorized foreign nationals, etc.) arriving in Manila: https://bit.ly/MNLPALeCIF

Passengers arriving in 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. Please click on this link -- https://bit.ly/CEBRegForm

Passengers arriving in Clark must download and fill out the required forms at

2. For OFWs arriving in Manila, swab testing on arrival will be carried out by the government One Stop Shop, free of charge. For non-OFWs and eligible non-Filipinos arriving in Manila, swab testing will be carried out by the PAL One Stop Shop for a fee of PHP 4,000. (Discounts for Sr.Citizens and PWDs apply)

3. Passengers will proceed to their respective quarantine facilities or hotels.

4. If you are in quarantine at a government-designated facility (free accommodation) and receive a negative test result, your second swab test on day 5 will be administered by the Philippine Red Cross and Philippine Coast Guard, free-of-charge. For a follow-up on your scheduled swab test, please coordinate with the head nurse available in your hotel.

Travelers in government-designated facilities (free accommodation) WITHIN Metro Manila have the option to avail of the services of a testing laboratory of their choice for their second RT-PCR test. Such test will be shouldered by the traveler.

If you are in quarantine at a DOH-accredited hotel of your own choice (on passenger's account) WITHIN Metro Manila and receive a negative RT-PCR test result and choose to take the second swab test on day 5, the test will be administered by Detoxicare Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory at a prescribed area in the hotel, with test results released within 24 hours. Cost of test is PHP4,000. Please note that our testing partner requires a two-day lead time between your registration on the second test and the actual day of testing.

Note: Please be advised that completing the 14-day quarantine is an option only for travelers who paid for their own hotels.

5. Once the second swab test is administered on the 5th day of quarantine, passengers must continue their hotel/facility stay and await results.

6. A passenger who tests negative on the second swab test must register via the DOH-BOQ Certificate Page to receive his/her quarantine and medical certificate. Passenger will present the two negative test results and the certificate for clearance and check out from the hotel. Completion of the 14-day quarantine at home under the monitoring of one's Local Government Unit is highly encouraged.

7. A passenger who tests positive on the second swab test will be provided proper guidance by the BOQ on the succeeding steps.


PAL passengers swabbed under the PAL OSS and who are already in quarantine for a minimum of 5 days will receive an e-mail providing them the option to either avail of a second swab test by PAL testing partner Detoxicare Molecular and Diagnostics Laboratory, or to continue their quarantine stay up to the 14th day.

Effective January 23 and onwards, RT-PCR testing for passengers on their 5th day of quarantine in stringent quarantine hotels will be rolled out.


The Philippine government's latest directive also expanded the coverage of exemptions from current restrictions on inbound travel to the Philippines from countries with cases of the UK covid variant.

Exempted from the passenger ban on inbound travel to the Philippines are:

- Foreign nationals with valid visas, which include personnel of accredited international organizations,

- Spouse and minor children of Filipino citizens traveling with them. Spouse and minor children of Filipino citizens must hold valid entry visas and must present proof of affiliation with Filipino citizen such as marriage certificate or birth certificate.

- Persons arriving for medical and emergency cases, including their medical escorts, if any,

The said passengers are now subject to applicable testing and quarantine protocols as prescribed by the Department of Health (DOH).

For more information, please visit our PAL page, log ontowww.philippineairlines.com or call Hotline number (02) (+632) 8855 - 8888 or tollfree number 1-800-I FLY PAL.


Qatar Visa Centers Abroad facilitate procedures required for work visas under one roof, ensuring the rights of the employee and the employer. Many of the Centres in different countries have resumed their operations.

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The Philippine government has extended up to January 31, 2021 travel restrictions on the entry into the Philippines of foreign travelers originating from the following countries or regions:

1. Denmark
2. Ireland
3. Japan
4. Australia
5. Israel
6. The Netherlands
7. Hong Kong - SAR
8. Switzerland
9. France
10. Germany
11. Iceland
12. Italy
13. Lebanon
14. Singapore
15. Sweden
16. South Korea
17. South Africa
19. Spain
20. United Kingdom
21. Austria
22. United States
23. Portugal
24. India
25. Finland
26. Norway
27. Jordan
28. Brazil.
29. China
30. Pakistan
31. Jamaica
32. Luxembourg
33. Oman
34. United Arab Emirates Jan17-31
35. Hungary - Jan17-31

Philippine Airlines will thus be unable to accept, on our flights to the Philippines up to January 31, foreign passengers who originate from the above countries or who have traveled to any of these countries 14 days prior to their scheduled arrival in the Philippines.

Filipino citizens originating from or who had traveled to any of the specified countries within 14 days prior to their scheduled arrival in the Philippines shall be accepted on PAL flights to the Philippines, but will be subjected to additional screening (see below).

Please note that the United Arab Emirates and Hungary are now covered by travel restrictions for inbound travel to the Philippines, effective 12:01 AM January 17 up to January 31, 2021.

The inclusion of the UAE and Hungary brings to 35 the total number of countries or regions with identified cases of the Covid-19 variant, hence the travel restrictions.

The updated restrictions are covered by a Resolution of the Inter-Agency Task Force on the Management of Infectious Diseases (IATF) restricting travel into the Philippines from specified countries, as a protection measure against the new variant of the SARS-COV 2 Virus.

For all arrivals in the Philippines:


All arriving passengers will be subjected to mandatory RT-PCR testing-on-arrival.

Passengers from the flagged 35 countries will receive duplicate swabbing. The first specimen will be used for RT-PCR testing while the second specimen will be submitted for genome sequencing.

For OFWs, swab testing will be carried out by the government One Stop Shop, free of charge. For non-OFWs and eligible non-Filipinos, swab testing will be carried out by the PAL One Stop Shop for a one-time fee of PHP 4,000. (Discounts for senior citizens and PWDs apply)


For OFWs, please proceed to OWWA Desk. You will be assigned a quarantine facility designated by the Philippine government, free of charge.

For non-OFWs and eligible non-Filipinos, please proceed to the DOT desk. You will be assigned a quarantine facility designated by the Philippine government, subject to availability of accommodation.

In cases where hotels designated by the Philippine government are at full capacity, travelers must prepare to shoulder their accommodation in one of the hotels suitable for the 14-day stringent quarantine.

PAL shall not be liable for the unavailability of government-provided hotel accommodation or for any and all hotel accommodation costs incurred or to be incurred by travelers in compliance with the 14-day mandatory quarantine.

If you do not wish to stay at your assigned hotel, you must choose your own accredited hotel suitable for stringent quarantine and arrange your transportation from the airport to the hotel. Hotel stay and transfer costs will be on passenger's account.

You may also book your 14-day quarantine stay in advance. For the list of accredited hotels suitable for stringent quarantine, click

After arranging your hotel and transportation, fill out the Affidavit of Undertaking and ensure that this has been signed or stamped by the hotel verifier.

Note: Hotels suitable for stringent quarantine are designated facilities to those travelers coming from high-risk areas or vessels as identified by WHO, and those who exhibit flu-like symptoms as identified by the health officer at the airport. These are different from hotels suitable only for mandatory quarantine.

Unaccompanied Minors:

Effective until Jan. 31, 2021, all unaccompanied minor Filipino citizens - from any of the 35 countries covered by the above travel restrictions - shall not be allowed to enter the Philippines, unless they are part of the government's repatriation program. In the latter case, repatriated minors shall be turned over to the OWWA house parent, who will coordinate with the DSWD to ensure the minor's safety and observance of health protocols.

However, unaccompanied minor Filipino citizens from countries other than those covered by the new restrictions shall be allowed to enter the Philippines. Diplomats and dignitaries are exempted from the new travel restrictions, provided they comply with arrival and quarantine protocols.

Options for Passengers:

Passengers who cannot take their flight to the Philippines because of these temporary bans may: rebook their flights with rebooking service fees waived, convert their ticket to a travel voucher, or avail of a refund.

Passengers who are still eligible to enter the country but choose not to push through with their flight may voluntarily change their bookings subject to the rules of their ticket and following the "No-Worry Flight Fare Brand". Passenger options can be viewed at https://bit.ly/PALPassengerOptions. For updates, please visit our PAL page and PAL Website.

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