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28 domestic flights cancelled due to bad weather

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MANILA, Philippines – Twelve more domestic flights were grounded Wednesday due to bad weather.

In its 9:50 am advisory, the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) announced the  cancellation of  Cebu Pacific flights to Caticlan and vice versa.

The 12 cancelled flights are the following:

5J-906 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-913 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-914 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-901 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-902 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-905 MNL/CATICLAN…

5J-909 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-910 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-899 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-900 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-911 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-912 CATICLAN/MNL

In a separate statement, Zest Air also cancelled roundtrip flights to Masbate, Z2- 260 and Z2-261.

The DOTC earlier announced the cancellation of 16 domestic flights to and from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3.

The  16 cancelled Air Phil Express and Cebu Pacific flights to Virac, Caticlan, Masbate and Legazpi and back to Manila are the following:

2P-021 MNL/Masbate

5J-323 MNL/LEGAZPI

5J-324 LEGAZPI/MNL

5J-821 MNL/VIRAC

5J-822 VIRAC/MNL

5J-907 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-908 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-919 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-920 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-893 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-894 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-895 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-898 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-897 MNL/CATICLAN

5J-896 CATICLAN/MNL

5J-892 CATICLAN/MNL

Originally posted at 09:28 am | Wednesday, December 26, 2012


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