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LIST: Cancelled PAL international flights for March 2021

Updated as of March 23, 2021, at 6:22 pm.

Aviation Updates Philippines – In line with the recent 30-day directive limiting the number of foreign arrivals in the Philippines, national flag carrier Philippine Airlines released an initial list of canceled international flights from March 18, 2021, until March 22, 2021.

The Philippine government earlier mandated a daily cap of 1,500 international passenger arrivals into Manila starting 8:00 am of March 18, until 8:00 am of April 19.

In its latest revision, the government now allows all Filipinos to enter the Philippines, but is suspending the entry of most foreign nationals from 12:00 am of March 22 until 8:00 am of April 19.

The restrictions are part of a series of pandemic control measures announced by the authorities.


Based on PAL's travel advisories on the topic, several international flights have been initially canceled.

March 18
  • PR 658/659 Manila-Dubai-Manila
  • PR 684/685 Manila-Doha-Manila
  • PR 5682/5683 Manila-Dammam-Manila
  • PR 116 Manila-Vancouver
  • PR 102/103 Manila-Los Angeles-Manila

March 19
  • PR 117 Vancouver-Manila
  • PR 507/508 Manila-Singapore-Manila
  • PR 100/101 Manila-Honolulu-Manila
  • PR 102/103 Manila-Los Angeles-Manila
  • PR 126 Manila-New York
  • PR 300/301 Manila-Hong Kong-Manila
  • PR 427/428 Manila-Tokyo (Narita)-Manila
  • PR 425/426 Manila-Fukuoka-Manila
  • PR 411/412 Manila-Osaka (Kansai)-Manila

March 20
  • PR 127 New York-Manila
  • PR 5682/5683 Manila-Dammam-Manila
  • PR 104/105 Manila-San Francisco-Manila
  • PR 658/659 Manila-Dubai-Manila

March 21
  • PR 102/103  Manila- Los Angeles - Manila
  • PR 427/428 Manila-Tokyo (Narita)-Manila
  • PR 535  Manila-Jakarta
  • PR 110  Manila-Guam

March 22
  • PR 536 Jakarta-Manila
  • PR 111  Guam-Manila
  • PR 421/422  Manila-Tokyo (Haneda)-Manila
  • PR 437/438 Manila-Nagoya-Manila
  • PR 5682/5683 Manila – Dammam - Manila

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

The flag carrier said the list above is still initial. More flights are expected to be canceled over the coming days.

"Philippine Airlines will be announcing additional flight cancellations for the remainder of the stated period once the details are confirmed."

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