PAL looks to resume flights from Davao while flights from Manila, Cebu, and Clark remain suspended

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has confirmed that its domestic flights from Manila, Cebu, and Clark remain suspended until May 31 after the Philippine government decided to extend the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) over NCR, Cebu City, and Laguna.

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The airline however is looking at the possibility of resuming international and/or domestic flights from its Davao hub, but will be done in coordination with concerned government authorities.

PAL looks to resuming flights starting June 1 depending on a number of certain conditions like community quarantine situation, travel restrictions imposed by various governments, and the public health/safety situation. The airline plans to resume most of its domestic routes and a select number of international routes working on a reduced number of weekly flights.

PAL continues to operate repatriation flights for stranded passengers and cargo flights to transport urgent items such as medical supplies and equipment across the Philippines and selected international routes.

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