CebGo announces canceled flights

By: - Reporter / @FMOrellanaINQ
/ 10:43 AM December 15, 2018

Source: DOST / Pagasa

MANILA, Philippines–In anticipation of a bad weather condition across the country, CebGo announced on Saturday the cancelation of six local flights for three days.

In an advisory, the airline company said that the following flights to and from Legazpi have been canceled starting Saturday until Monday, Dec. 17.


Manila – Legazpi 

DG 6191


DG 6189

DG 6193

Legazpi – Manila

DG 6190

DG 6194

DG 6192

“Passengers on these affected flights from Dec 15 to Dec 17 have been notified through the contact information provided upon booking their flights,” the airline said.


“Affected passengers may send us a message on our official FB and Twitter accounts,” it added.

With the said cancelation, CebGo’s sister company, Cebu Pacific, would be mounting two flights to assist the affected passengers.

The following is the schedule of the flights of Cebu Pacific for the passengers affected by the flights cancelation.

Manila – Legazpi 

5J 327 (Estimated time of departure ETD: 3:25 p.m.)

Legazpi – Manila

5J 328 (ETD 510 p.m.)

Meanwhile, flights between Legazpi and Cebu from Saturday until Monday will be moved to an earlier departure schedule as follows:

Legazpi – Cebu (DG 6205) 

Original ETD 7:00pm

NEW ETD 1:55pm

Cebu-Legazpi (DG 6204)

Original ETD 5:20pm

NEW ETD 3:35pm

“We apologize for any inconvenience this situation has caused. We thank our passengers for their continued patience and understanding as safety remains our top priority,” CebGo said. /jpv

READ: Cold front to bring clouds, rain over Southern Luzon, Visayas — Pagasa

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