PAL is first local carrier to make commercial flight after GCQ declaration

Philippine Airlines (PAL) is set to be the first local carrier to make a commercial flight right after the Philippine government eased the community quarantine over Metro Manila. Local airlines were forced to suspend all passenger scheduled flights last March after the Philippine government put the region under Enhanced Community Quarantine which restricted flights in and out of Luzon.

PAL flight PR104 departs from Manila to San Francisco tonight at 9:55pm utilizing a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The airline had previously announced that it is resuming regular but limited commercial international and domestic flights starting June after the government's General Community Quarantine over Metro Manila takes effect.

While PAL has been operating numerous repatriation international flights, this will be the very first commercial flight of the airline after it suspended passenger scheduled flights last March amid the coronavirus crisis.

PAL International and Domestic Flights this June

PAL's website already shows a schedule of what international and domestic flights the airline will be operating from Manila in the month of June. International destinations include Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Honolulu, Guam, Vancouver, Toronto, Singapore, Xiamen, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Doha, Dubai, Dammam, Riyadh, Taipei, Tokyo Haneda, Osaka, and Nagoya.

Domestic flights from Manila which will begin on June 8 include Basco, Laoag, Legaspi, Puerto Princesa, Busuanga, Bacolod, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Caticlan, Roxas, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Butuan, Cotabato, Cagayan De Oro, Dipolog, Davao, General Santos, Ozamiz, Pagadian, and Zamboanga. 

The airline will also operate flights between Cebu and Davao. Please do always check the Philippine Airlines website and social media accounts for changes and announcements.

Always check the status and schedule of your flights

All schedules, destinations, and frequencies are subject to change contingent on government-imposed travel restrictions, general health conditions in certain areas, and air travel demand. Hence, it is always best to check the status of your flights if you are flying within the next few months through your airline's website or social media pages.

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