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PAL's planned international flight schedule for the months of August and September

An update on Philippine Airlines (PAL) interim flight schedule for the months of August and September has been unveiled by AirlineRoute. 

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According to the report, PAL in the last few days extended interim schedule until the end of summer 2020 season in late-October 2020, although additional changes is expected.

PAL's flight schedule are subject to change depending on government imposed travel restrictions in the country of origin or destination, health conditions, and travel environment amid the pandemic.

Some international inbound flights to Manila may be rerouted to Clark or Cebu due to limitations in airport Covid-19 testing facilities. Passengers will be informed beforehand for possible changes. 

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Passengers are encouraged to always check updated travel regulations in the government website of country of destination, as well as country of origin. The present coronavirus pandemic may prompt government officials to change regulations depending on the situation which may affect flight schedules.

Effective July 27, passengers arriving at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) are required to register online at least three (3) days prior to their date of departure to arrange for the mandated COVID-19 swab test (RT-PCR) to be administered upon arrival. Please visit the PAL Facebook account for more details.


Cebu – Seoul Incheon

Effective Sept 1, 1x daily A321 (service pending)

Cebu – Tokyo Narita
1x weekly A321

Clark – Seoul Incheon
Effective Sept 3, 4x times weekly A320 (service pending)

Manila – Bangkok
2x weekly A321 (3x weekly from Sept 7)

Manila – Busan
Effective Sept. 1, 1 daily A321/330 (service pending)

Manila – Dammam
2x weekly A330-300

Manila – Doha
1x weekly A330-300 (3x weekly from Sept. 4)

Manila – Dubai
2x weekly A330-300 (3x weekly from Sept. 5)

Manila – Fukuoka
1x weekly A321 (2x weekly from Aug. 19)

Manila – Guam
1x weekly A321 (2x weekly from Sept. 3)

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Manila – Ho Chi Minh City
1x weekly A321

Manila – Hong Kong
2x weekly A321 (3x weekly from Aug. 17, 5x from Sept. 3)

Manila – Honolulu
1x weekly A330-300 (2x weekly from Sept. 5)

Manila – Jakarta
Service operates every 14 days, A321 operating

Manila – Kuala Lumpur
1 weekly A321 (2x weekly from Sept. 2)

Manila – London Heathrow
1x weekly A350

Manila – Los Angeles
4x weekly 777-300ER (5x weekly from Sept. 5)

Manila – Macau
Effective Sept. 4, 2x weekly A321

Manila – Nagoya
2x weekly A321

Manila – New York JFK
1x weekly A350

Manila – Osaka Kansai
3x weekly A321 (4x weekly from Sept. 3)

Manila – Port Moresby
One flight scheduled on Aug 27, followed by 1x weekly from Sept. 24, A321 operating

Manila – Riyadh
2x weekly A330-300 (3x weekly from Sept. 3)

Manila – San Francisco
2x weekly 777-300ER (3x weekly from Sept. 7)

Manila – Seoul Incheon
Effective Sept. 1, 2x daily A321/330 (service pending)

Manila – Singapore
3x weekly A321 (4x weekly from Sept. 5)

Manila – Sydney
Service operates every 14 days, A330-300 operating

Manila – Taipei Taoyuan
2x weekly A321 (3x weekly from Sept. 4)

Manila – Tianjin
A330-300 operates on Aug. 5 / Aug. 12

Manila – Tokyo Haneda
3x weekly A321 (4x weekly from Sept. 4)

Manila – Tokyo Narita
3x weekly A321 (4x weekly from Sept. 6)

Manila – Toronto
1x weekly A350

Manila – Vancouver
2x weekly 777-300ER (3x weekly from Sept. 1)

Attribution / Source: RoutesOnline
 

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