TOKYO – Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has resumed its service in Japan on Wednesday, with full flights between Nagoya and Manila, and Narita and Manila.
PAL suspended its operations in Japan due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. It will fly again on the following reduced schedule this June:
MANILA - TOKYO (HANEDA) - MANILA
TOKYO (NARITA) - MANILA
Every Wed/Sat (Effective June 27)
MANILA - OSAKA (KANSAI) - MANILA
Note: PR411 on 25 June will operate as Osaka to Cebu, to depart Osaka on 25 June at 4:10PM (1610H).
MANILA - NAGOYA
NAGOYA - MANILA
Note: PR437 on June 26 will operate instead as PR5437 departing Nagoya at 11:30 AM and arriving in CEB at 3:00 PM on June 26
“Certain flights may land in Cebu instead of Manila, due to limited COVID testing slots in Manila. If so, passengers will undergo testing and hotel quarantine in Cebu. PAL will arrange for transfer to Manila (NAIA) for those who receive negative test results, usually within 24-48 hours of testing,” PAL noted in an advisory.
The carrier also reminded passengers that all of its international flights from Manila this June will depart from NAIA Terminal 1, while arrivals will be at NAIA Terminal 2. - Florenda Corpuz
(Photograph courtesy of Philippine Airlines)