Philippine Airlines flights for August 1 onwards. Philippine Airline flight schedules, shown below, are highly subject to change for reasons beyond control. The airline may have to cancel, add or adjust planned flights, based on international and provincial entry restrictions as well as COVID testing/quarantine limitations at specific airports.
Here are scheduled flights for international and domestic routes:
- Manila- Los Angeles- Manila / 4x a week (Tue/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun)
- Manila- San Francisco- Manila / 2x a week (Wed/Sat)
- Manila- New York / Once a week (Friday)
- New York- Manila / Once a week (Saturday)
- Manila- Honolulu- Manila / Once a week (Thursday)
- Manila- Toronto / Once a week (Wednesday)
- Toronto- Manila / Once a week (Thursday)
- Manila- Vancouver / 2x a week (Thu/ Sat)
- Vancouver- Manila / 2x a week (Thu/Sun)
- Manila- Guam / Once a week (Saturday)
- Guam- Manila / Once a week (Sunday)
- Manila- London (Heathrow) – Manila / Once a week (Thursday)
- Manila- Singapore / 3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri)
- Singapore- Manila / 3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri)
- Manila- Kuala Lumpur- Manila / Once a week (Saturday)
- Manila- Jakarta / Aug. 9 and 23
- Jakarta- Manila / Aug. 10 and 24
- Manila- Bangkok- Manila / Aug. 5, 15 and 29
- Manila- Tokyo (Haneda)- Manila / 3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Sun)
- Manila- Tokyo (Narita)- Manila / 3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Fri)
- Note: Flight on July 31 will operate as Tokyo (Narita)- Cebu.
- Cebu- Tokyo (Narita)- Cebu / August 1 and 15
- Manila- Fukuoka- Manila / Once a week (Sunday)
- Manila- Osaka (Kansai)- Manila / 3x a week (Tue/ Fri/ Sun)
- Note: Flight on July 31 will operate as Osaka (Kansai)- Cebu.
- Manila- Nagoya- Manila / 2x a week (Wed/ Sat)
- Manila- Hong Kong- Manila / Once a week (Friday)
Note: Travelers bound for Hong Kong must present an original copy of a negative COVID-19 nucleic acid test result, taken within 72 hours before departure, along with original lab report, PH local government certificate recognizing the laboratory, and hotel booking for at least 14 days quarantine stay in Hong Kong (home quarantine not allowed).
- Manila- Taipei- Manila / Once a week (Wednesday) effective Aug. 12
Note: All foreign nationals that do not hold resident status must secure/provide a negative COVID-19 RT PCR test result issued within 3 days prior to departure, and to undergo 14 days quarantine upon arrival in Taipei; except Taiwanese nationals, foreign workers who hold Residence Permits or Residence Visas, Migrant Workers, Overseas Students, and members of the diplomatic service, who may take the required PCR Test upon arrival in Taipei. Passengers transiting through Taipei must present a negative PCR Test result to avoid inconvenience.
- Manila- Dubai- Manila / 2x a week (Tue/ Thu)
Note: Travelers to Dubai must obtain a COVID-19 negative certificate (PCR test results) no more than 96 hours before departure, to comply with requirements of Dubai authorities.
- Manila- Dammam- Manila / 2x a week (Mon/ Fri)
- Manila- Riyadh- Manila / 2x a week (Tue/ Sat)
- Manila – Doha- Manila / Once a week (Thursday)
- Manila- Port Moresby / August 27
- Port Moresby- Manila / August 28
- Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)- Manila / Once a week (Wednesday)
- Manila- Seoul (Incheon)- Manila / August 26, September 9 and 23
We may have to cancel flights, add frequencies or adjust our planned schedules, based on evolving quarantine restrictions and entry requirements set by the Philippine authorities and local government units (LGUs).
- Clark- Davao- Clark / Once a week (Friday)
- Cebu- Tacloban- Cebu / 2x a week (Thu/ Sat)
- Cebu- Dumaguete- Cebu / 2x a week (Mon/ Thu) effective Aug. 10
- Cebu- Cagayan de Oro- Cebu / 2x a week (Wed/ Sun)
- Cebu- Davao- Cebu / Once a week (Tuesday)
- Cebu- Zamboanga- Cebu / 2x a week (Mon/ Fri)
- Davao- Zamboanga- Davao / 2x a week (Thu/ Sun), effective Aug. 9
- Manila- Basco- Manila / August 30
- Laoag- Manila / Once a week (Thursday), effective Aug. 20
- Manila- Legazpi- Manila / 4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun), effective Aug 19
- Manila- Puerto Princesa- Manila / 2x a week (Wed/ Sat), effective Aug. 19
- Manila- Cebu- Manila / 2x daily, effective Aug. 19
- Manila- Catarman- Manila / Once a week (Friday), effective August 21
- Manila- Dumaguete- Manila / 2x a week (Tue/ Fri), effective Aug. 21
- Manila- Kalibo- Manila / 2x a week (Fri/ Sun), effective Aug. 21
- Manila- Roxas- Manila / Once a week (Monday), effective Aug. 24
- Manila- Tacloban- Manila / 3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Sat), effective Aug. 19
- Manila- Butuan- Manila / 4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun), effective Aug. 19
- Manila- Cotabato- Manila / 3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sat), effective Aug 20
- Manila- Cagayan de Oro- Manila / 4x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri/ Sun), effective August 19
- Manila-Dipolog- Manila / 3x a week (Wed/ Fri/ Sun), effective August 19
- Manila- Davao- Manila / 2x a week (Mon/ Thu), effective August 20
- Manila- General Santos- Manila / 2x a week (Mon/ Thu), effective August 20
- Manila- Ozamiz-Manila / 3x a week (Mon/ Wed/ Fri), effective August 19
- Manila- Pagadian- Manila / 3x a week (Tue/ Thu/ Sun), effective August 20
- Manila- Zamboanga- Manila / 2x a week (Mon/ Thu), effective August 20
Note: Passengers traveling to Davao City are recommended to submit, prior to check in, a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours before departure. This is to avoid any inconvenience of having to undergo the required COVID test upon arrival at Davao airport, and waiting for the test result at the airport.(Passengers will not be allowed to leave the airport holding area until the results are released, which may usually take from 8 to 12 hours.) Children under the age of 12 are exempted provided that the accompanying adult presents a negative RT-PCR result.
Note: Passengers traveling to Zamboanga are required to undergo a COVID-19 RT-PCR test upon arrival in Zamboanga, and to quarantine for 14 days after arrival, to comply with requirements of local authorities. (Locally stranded individuals are now allowed by local authorities to board Zamboanga-bound flights regardless of their final destination.)
Clark-bound passengers who plan to enter Angeles City must present negative COVID-19 test results (RT-PCR testing) at the city boundary checkpoints.
From Philippine Airlines:
We plan to increase the number of routes and flights in the coming weeks and months, if allowed by aviation authorities, global public health conditions and the travel environment. You may book your flights through our website: http://www.philippineairlines.com.
You may also call the PAL’s Reservations Hotline: Manila, Philippines: (+632) 8855-8888 / 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (PH Time) / Global Reservations Hotline 1-800-I-FLY-PAL / USA/Canada: 1-800-435-9725 / 5:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Hawaii Time) / 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (Pacific Time) / 11:00AM to 11:00PM (Eastern Time)
The following PAL Ticket Offices in Metro Manila shall also be operational starting August 4, 2020:
- Padre Faura
Business Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm / Mondays to Fridays
- NAIA Terminal 2
- NAIA Terminal 1
Business Hours: August 4 to 5, 2020 / 8:00am-10:00pm / Mondays to Sundays (Including holidays) Effective August 6, 2020 / 8:00am-5:00pm / Mondays to Sundays (Including holidays)
Reminder to all passengers
For international passengers arriving in the Philippines: Passengers arriving at Manila airport 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 or click on the following links:
- For OFWs — https://e-cif.redcross.org.ph/
- For non-OFWs (Returning Overseas Filipinos, etc.) — https://bit.ly/3ffoAIK
Passengers arriving at 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://mactancebuairport.com/covid-19-registration
Payment of the fees for the swab test, as well as the cost of hotel accommodation, shall be shouldered by the traveler; except that the cost for OFWs shall be shouldered by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (for land-based OFWs) and by MARINA or the local manning agency (for sea-based OFWs).
For all international travelers: Please check the most updated travel regulations in the government website of your destination country, as well as your country of departure. These governmental regulations may change frequently and may have an impact on the status of your flight or your acceptance for boarding.
For all domestic travelers: Please check with the local government offices of both your origin point and your final destination on travel requirements, such as mandated documents or health certifications. These requirements differ from province to province, and are revised and updated constantly in line with the anti-COVID-19 arrangements of each locality.