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LIST: PAL flight schedule for September 2021

Aviation Updates Philippines – Based on Travel Advisory No. 207 as of September 6, 2021, here are the available domestic and international flights of Philippine Airlines for September 2021 and beyond.

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS

ALERT: Authorities currently impose flight arrival restrictions at Manila airport that require airlines to cancel some previously scheduled flights and/or re-route other flights to Cebu, Clark, Laoag, Davao or Subic airports. Please check regularly for flight schedule updates.

Entry requirements for various countries are constantly being updated. For more information, please check the government website of your country of destination. Additionally, you may also check: https://bit.ly/PALTravelsFromPH.

Manila-Los Angeles-Manila
• 8x a week (Daily, with 2 flights every Mon)

Manila-San Francisco-Manila
• 5x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun)

Manila-New York (JFK)
• 2x a week (Wed/Fri) 

New York (JFK)-Manila
• 3x a week (Thu/Sat) 

Manila-Honolulu-Manila
• Once a week (Friday)

Manila-Guam
• 2x a week (Thu/Sun)

Guam-Manila
• 2x a week (Mon/Fri)

Manila-Toronto
• Once a week (Wednesday)

Toronto-Manila
• Once a week (Thursday)

Manila-Vancouver-Manila
• 3x a week (Tue/Thu/Sat)

Manila-Auckland-Manila
• September 12
Note: Flight will stop over in Brisbane

Manila-Sydney
• September 19

Sydney-Manila
• September 20
Note: Flight will stop over in Melbourne

Manila-London (Heathrow)-Manila
• September 7 and 21

Manila-Jakarta
• September 12 and 26

Jakarta-Manila
•September 12 and 26

Manila-Singapore-Manila
• Daily
Note: Flights on September 11 and 25 will be re-routed to land in Cebu

Manila-Kuala Lumpur-Manila
• Once a week (Saturday) except on September 11
• September 10

Manila-Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)-Manila
• September 15

Manila-Seoul (Incheon)-Manila
• 2x a week (Wed/Thu) except on September 15, 16, 22 and 23

Manila-Bangkok-Manila
• September 9 and 14, then once a week (Wednesday) effective September 22

Manila-Tokyo (Haneda)-Manila
• 4x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri/Sun)

Manila-Tokyo (Narita)-Manila
• Daily

Cebu-Tokyo (Narita)-Cebu
• September 18

Manila-Fukuoka-Manila
• 3x a week (Wed/Fri/Sun) except on September 12
• September 13

Manila-Osaka (Kansai)-Manila
• Daily

Manila-Nagoya-Manila
• 3x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri)

Manila-Hong Kong
• 3x a week (Wed/Thu/Fri) effective September 11

Hong Kong-Manila
• 3x a week (Wed/Thu/Fri)

Manila-Taipei-Manila
• 3x a week (Wed/Thu/Sat)

Manila-Dubai-Manila
• September 8, 11, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 25, 28 and 29

Manila-Dammam-Manila
• 2x a week (Fri/Sun) effective September 10
Note: Flights to Saudi Arabia have been reduced to comply with continuing Saudi government restrictions

Manila-Riyadh-Manila
• 2x a week (Mon/Wed)
Note: Flights to Saudi Arabia have been reduced to comply with continuing Saudi government restrictions 

Manila-Doha-Manila
• 4x a week (Mon/Thu/Fri/Sun)

DOMESTIC FLIGHTS

ALERT: Only essential travel is permitted on flights to and from Manila, as the capital city area continues to be under Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) until September 7.

Note: Entry requirements for various Philippine destinations may change frequently due to COVID restrictions. For more information, please check the local government website of your airport/arrival point as well as your final destination province or municipality. Additionally, you may also check: https://bit.ly/PALTravelsWithinPH.

Manila-Basco-Manila
• September 16

Manila-Laoag-Manila
• 2x a week (Tue/Fri)

Manila-Legazpi-Manila
• 2x daily 

Manila-Puerto Princesa-Manila
• 5x a week (Mon/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat) 

Manila-Busuanga (Coron)-Manila
• Daily effective September 8

Manila-Bacolod
• 2x a week (Mon/Fri)

Bacolod-Manila
• 5x a week (Mon/Fri/Sun, with 2 flights every Mon/Fri)

Manila-Cebu 
• 5x daily (6x on Friday) 

Cebu-Manila 
• 5x daily (6x on Sunday)

Manila-Catarman-Manila
• Once a week (Friday)

Manila-Calbayog-Manila
• Once a week (Monday)

Manila-Dumaguete-Manila
• 5x a week (Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri)

Manila-Antique (San Jose)-Manila
• 2x a week (Wed/Sat)

Manila-Iloilo-Manila
• Daily

Manila-Kalibo-Manila
• 5x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun) 

Manila-Caticlan (Boracay)-Manila
• 5x daily effective September 8

Manila-Roxas-Manila
• 4x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri/Sun)

Manila-Tacloban-Manila
• 2x daily

Manila-Tagbilaran (Panglao)-Manila
• 9x a week (Daily, with 2 flights every Mon/Fri)

Manila-Butuan-Manila
• 11x a week (Daily, with 2 flights every Mon/Wed/Fri/Sun)

Manila-Cotabato-Manila 
• Daily until September 15
• 11x a week (Daily, with 2 flights every Tue/Thu/Sat/Sun) effective September 16

Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Manila
• 2x daily until September 7
• 3x daily effective September 8

Manila-Dipolog-Manila
• 4x a week (Mon/Tue/Thu/Sat) except on September 6, until September 14
• 6x a week (Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat) effective September 15

Manila-Davao-Manila
• 23x a week (3x daily, with 4 flights every Mon/Fri)
Note: 2 flights only on September 

Manila-General Santos-Manila
• 4x a week (Mon/Tue/Thu/Sat)

Manila-Siargao-Manila
• 3x a week (Wed/Fri/Sun) until September 7
• Daily effective September 8

Manila-Ozamiz-Manila
• Daily except on September 7

Manila-Pagadian-Manila
• Daily

Manila-Zamboanga
• 3x a week (Mon/Thu/Sun)

Zamboanga-Manila
• 6x a week (Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sun)

Cebu-Bacolod-Cebu
• Once a week (Monday)

Cebu-Butuan-Cebu
•  3x a week (Mon/Thu/Sat)

Cebu-Cagayan de Oro-Cebu
• 4x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri/Sun) except on September 3

Cebu-Caticlan (Boracay)-Cebu
• 3x a week (Wed/Fri/Sun) effective September 8

Cebu-Clark-Cebu
• 3x a week (Mon/Wed/Sat) except on September 8

Cebu-Davao-Cebu
• 4x a week (Mon/Wed/Fri/Sun) 

Cebu-Siargao-Cebu
• 2x a week (Thu/Sat) until September 7
• Daily effective September 8

Cebu-Tacloban-Cebu
• 2x a week (Thu/Sun)

Cebu-Zamboanga-Cebu
• Once a week (Monday)

Zamboanga-Tawi-Tawi-Zamboanga
• Once a week (Monday)


Updated as of September 7, 2021 at 10:14 pm local time

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