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PAL all set to restart Manila-Calbayog service

Updated as of April 23, 2021

Aviation Updates Philippines – Philippine Airlines is all set to resume weekly services between Manila and Calbayog (Samar Province, Eastern Visayas) starting May 5.

Photo from Philippine Airlines

PR2671 departs Manila Airport's NAIA Terminal 2 every Thursday at 9AM and arrives at Calbayog Airport at 10:40AM while PR2672 leaves Calbayog at 11AM and touches down in Manila at 1:35PM. 
Fights to/from Calbayog will operates twice weekly -- every Thursday and Sunday --  beginning July 4 and will shift to thrice weekly -- Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday - by October 5.

PAL is utilizing its 86-seat De Havilland Dash 8-400 NG fleet for the route.

At present, flights between Manila and Calbayog are for Locally-Stranded Individuals (LSIs), Returning Oveseas Filipinos (ROFs), Authorized Persons Outside Residence (APOR). 

Travelers arriving in Calbayog from Manila must present a negative RT-PCR Test Result (taken within 72 hours prior to the entry) and are not required to undergo quarantine unless they exhibit symptoms of COVID. 

Certificate of Coordination or Acceptance shall still be issued to travelers who may need it as a requirement from their point of origin. All inbound travelers are required to pass through the triage unit of the OPCEN in Sitio Talahib, Brgy. Trinidad, for screening upon arrival to the city. 

PAL is strictly implementing "new normal" health and safety protocols, in coordination with local government units. For the complete list of travel requirements, you may visit https://www.philippineairlines.com/en/covid-19/travelingwithintheph.

Book your flights through our website www.philippineairlines.com, PAL Reservations Hotline (+63 2) 8855 8888, PAL Ticket Office or through our partner Travel Agencies.

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