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PAL announces airport schedule of int’l, local flights

By: - Reporter / @FMOrellanaINQ
/ 11:07 AM October 06, 2018

Country’s flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) advised its passengers that starting October 29, flights to New York City will depart from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2 (NAIA T2).

PAL said that flight PR 126 bound to JFK Airport in New York, would depart at NAIA T2  every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p.m., effective October 29 to November 3.


However, by November 5, PAL noted that the said flight would depart NAIA T2 at 9 p.m.

Meanwhile, returning flight of PR 127 from New York will leave JFK airport every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday and will arrive at NAIA Terminal 1, effective October 30 to November 4.


“Manila’s NAIA Terminal 1 remains the airport-of-arrival of flights from New York. All PAL flights to and from Canada will continue to depart from and arrive in NAIA Terminal 1,” the airline company noted.

Effective on October 29, terminals for PAL departures and arrivals will be as follows:


Manila – Abu Dhabi

Manila – Dammam

Manila – Doha

Manila – Riyadh


Manila – Toronto

Manila – Vancouver

(Note: All PAL ARRIVALS from the above cities will utilize NAIA T1)


Manila – Auckland

Manila – Bali

Manila – Bangkok

Manila – Beijing

Manila – Brisbane

Manila – Busan

Manila – Dubai

Manila – Fukuoka

Manila – Guam

Manila – Guangzhou

Manila – Ho Chi Minh

Manila – Hong Kong

Manila – Honolulu

Manila – Jakarta

Manila – Kuala Lumpur

Manila – London

Manila – Los Angeles

Manila – Macau

Manila – Melbourne

Manila – Nagoya

Manila – New York (JFK)

Manila – Osaka

Manila – Port Moresby

Manila – Sapporo (from Dec. 7)

Manila – Quanzhou (Jinjiang)

Manila – San Francisco

Manila – Seoul

Manila – Shanghai

Manila – Singapore

Manila – Sydney

Manila – Taipei

Manila – Tokyo (Haneda)

Manila – Tokyo (Narita)

Manila – Xiamen

(Note: All PAL ARRIVALS in Manila from the above cities use NAIA T2, EXCEPT arrivals from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York which will use NAIA T1)


Manila – Bacolod

Manila – Cagayan de Oro

Manila – Caticlan

Manila – Cebu

Manila – Davao

Manila – General Santos

Manila – Iloilo

Manila – Laoag

Manila – Legazpi (PR2925)

Manila – Puerto Princesa

Manila -Tagbilaran

(Note: All arrivals in Manila from the above cities use NAIA T2;

PR2926 Legazpi-Manila arrives in T2)


Manila – Butuan

Manila – Cotabato

Manila – Dipolog

Manila – Dumaguete

Manila – Kalibo

Manila – Legazpi ( PR2921)

Manila – Ozamiz

Manila – Roxas

Manila – Tacloban

Manila – Zamboanga

(Note: All arrivals in Manila from the above cities use NAIA T3; PR2922 Legazpi-Manila arrives in T3)

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