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DUE TO ‘PABLO’

Cebu Pacific cancels 86 flights Tuesday


MANILA, Philippines—Cebu Pacific has announced the cancellation of 86 domestic flights on Tuesday as Typhoon “Pablo” (international codename: Bopha) roared closer to the southern Philippines.

Cebu Pacific, in an advisory issued at 8:30 p.m. Monday, said 26 round-trip flights to and from Caticlan were cancelled, 14 in Cagayan de Oro City, 18 in Davao City, 10 in Butuan City, six in General Santos City, four in Dumaguete City and two each in Cotabato City, Dipolog, Pagadian and Surigao.

Following are the cancelled flights:

Cebu-Butuan-Cebu

5J 219/220

5J 223/224

Manila-Butuan-Manila

5J 785/786

5J 787/788

5J 791/792

Bacolod-Cagayan de Oro-Bacolod

5J 201/200

Cagayan de Oro-Davao-Cagayan de Oro

5J 215/216

Cebu-Cagayan de Oro-Cebu

5J 209/210

Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Manila

5J 385/386

5J 389/390

5J 391/392

5J 395/396

Cebu-Caticlan-Cebu

5J 132/133

5J 134/135

5J 136/137

Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 891/892

5J 895/898

5J 901/902

5J 905/906

5J 907/908

5J 913/914

5J 899/900

5J 911/912

5J 909/910

5J 893/894

Manila-Cotabato-Manila

5J 887/888

Cebu-Davao-Cebu

5J 597/598

Davao-Iloilo-Davao

5J 348/347

Davao-Puerto Princesa-Davao

5J 946/947

Davao-Zamboanga-Davao

5J 393/394

Manila-Davao-Manila

5J 975/966

5J 965/968

5J 971/970

5J 973/974

5J 969/972

Manila-Dipolog-Manila

5J 703/704

Manila-Dumaguete-Manila

5J 627/628

5J 629/630

Cebu-General Santos-Cebu

5J 249/250

Iloilo-General Santos-Iloilo

5J 247/248

Manila-General Santos-Manila

5J 5J 995/996

Cebu-Pagadian-Cebu

5J 443/444

Cebu-Surigao-Cebu

5J 875/876

Cebu Pacific said that affected passengers may call its hotline number (02) 70-20-888 or (032) 230-88-88 for details on their re-accommodation.

“Those affected by cancellations due to bad weather may rebook their flights for travel up to 30 days, or place the value of their booking in a travel fund,” it said.

“CEB hopes for our guests’ understanding as this is beyond the airline’s control.”

Originally posted at 12:24 am | Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012


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