Super Typhoon Juan Update: MIAA announces list of cancelled flights

By on Oct 18, 2010 in World Comments

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The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) announces list of cancelled flights due to Super Typhoon Juan (or Megi), as reported at ABS-CBN about an hour ago.

This list was released by MIAA just minutes ago after 12 noon, as Typhoon Juan was reported to have landed at Eastern Isabela before noon, today, October 18.

Below is the list cancelled flights due to Super Typhoon Juan as announced by MIAA, and was believed to be first posted at ABS-CBN.

Manila Domestic Terminal

SEA AIR – DG 605, Manila – Basco (Batanes)

SEA AIR – DG 606, Basco (Batanes) – Manila


PAL, PR 228 (Manila – Laoag)

PAL, PR 229 (Laoag – Manila)


Air Philippines, 2P 014 (Manila – Tuguegarao)

Air Philippines, 2P 015 (Tuguegarao – Manila)

Cebu Pacific, 5J 196 (Manila – Cauayan,Isabela)

Cebu Pacific, 5J 197 (Cauayan, Isabela – Manila)

Cebu Pacific, 5J 508 (Manila – Tuguegarao, Isabela)

Cebu Pacific, 5J 509 (Tuguegarao, Isabela – Manila)

Cebu Pacific, 5J 404 (Manila – Laoag)

Cebu Pacific, 5J 405 (Laoag – Manila)

Cebu Pacific, (Clark-Macau-Laoag)

ABS-CBN also reported that Cebu Pacific has included the cancellation of its regional flight to Macau.

Meanwhile, affected passengers of the cancelled flights due to Typhoon Juan will have the following options, as posted at Inquirer.

They may either rebook their flights without penalties within 30 days of travel, cancel their flight but with penalties; and reroute their flights without penalties, the local newspaper said.

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