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Flight Cancellations To and From Korea Partially Lifted *UPDATED*

*As of March 3, 2020.*

Filipinos can once again travel to South Korea. The only exception now is to the North Gyeongsang Province. Before flying, however, travelers should sign a health declaration form to signify their knowledge of the risks involved in their trip. Said Panelo.

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Last February 28, 2020, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific have both released their list of canceled flights to and from South Korea.

Philippine Airlines List of Cancelled Flights

March 1 to 31 (Daily)
PR 468 Manila – Seoul
PR 469 Seoul – Manila

March 2 to March 30 (Monday/Thursday/Friday)
PR 418 Manila – Busan
PR 419 Busan – Manila

March 8 to March 29 (Wednesday/Sunday)
PR 418 Manila – Busan
PR 419 Busan – Manila

March 12 to 31 (Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday)
PR 466 Manila – Seoul
PR 467 Seoul – Manila

All other flights to and from Korea NOT MENTIONED above will still be operating until further notice.

Passengers on these canceled flights to and from South Korea will have the option to request for rebooking or refund of your confirmed ticket on or before March 28, 2020.
If you choose to rebook, you may choose a new travel date that falls on or before June 30, 2020.

Ticket holders can call the PAL Reservations Hotline (+632) 8855 8888, visit the nearest PAL ticketing office, or log on to the ManageMyBookingPortal at www.philippineairlines.com for flight rebookings.

For tickets issued by travel agents, please contact them or visit the nearest partner travel agency of PAL for any rebooking needs.

For more information regarding PAL, please visit their website at philippineairlines.com

Cebu Pacific List of Cancelled Flights

These flights are canceled from March 3 to April 30, 2020.

5J 188 / 5J 187 Manila – Incheon – Manila

5J 128 / 5J 129 Cebu – Incheon – Manila

5J 180 / 5J 181 Kalibo – Incheon – Kalibo

Passengers affected may choose to rebook the flight until June 30, 2020, refund the ticket in full, or store the value of the ticket in a Travel Fund! You may select any of the three to do through the “Manage Booking Portal” in the Cebu Pacific website!

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