46 Cebu Pacific flights cancelled
MANILA, Philippines—Cebu Pacific announced the cancellation of 46 domestic flights due to Typhoon “Pablo” (international codename: Bopha).
Following are the cancelled round-trip flights:
In an advisor released Tuesday night, Cebu Pacific said it has arranged extra flights between Manila and Kalibo (5J 341/342) to accommodate affected Caticlan-bound passengers.
“Those affected by these cancellations may rebook their flights for travel up to 30 days, or place the value of their booking in a travel fund,” it said.
Affected passengers may call the Cebu Pacific hotline at (02) 70-20-888 or (032) 230-88-88 for details on their re-accommodation, Cebu Pacific said.
On Tuesday, 86 Cebu Pacific flights were canceled due to Typhoon Pablo.
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