Cebu Pacific cancels flights until April 24 due to Clark airport closure

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 02:37 PM April 23, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Cebu Pacific on Tuesday announced more flight cancellations following the closure of the Clark International Airport in Pampanga.

The airport incurred heavy damage after a 6.1-magnitude earthquake hit Metro Manila and parts of Luzon.


READ: Clark International Airport shut down after quake

READ: Clark International Airport heavily damaged by quake


The airline company updated its list of cancelled flights, including flights on Wednesday, April 24.

Below is the list of canceled flights:

April 23, 2019

  • 5J 120 Clark-Hong Kong
  • 5J 121 Hong Kong-Clark
  • 5J 609 Clark-Cebu
  • 5J 608 Cebu-Clark
  • 5J 370 Clark-Macau

April 24, 2019

  • 5J 371 Macau-Clark
  • 5J 607 Clark-Cebu
  • 5J 606 Cebu-Clark
  • 5J 150 Clark-Hong Kong
  • 5J 149 Hong Kong-Clark
  • 5J 613 Clark-Bohol (Tagbilaran)
  • 5J 614 Bohol (Tagbilaran)-Clark
  • 5J 913 Clark-Caticlan (Boracay)
  • 5J 914 Caticlan (Boracay)-Clark
  • 5J 537 Clark-Singapore
  • 5J 538 Singapore-Clark
  • 5J 985 Clark-Davao
  • 5J 986 Davao-Clark

Cebu Pacific said passengers whose flights were cancelled can either rebook their flights within 30 days from the original departure date for free, get a full refund, place the full cost of the ticket in a travel fund, or re-route to or from Manila for travel within 30 days depending on the availability of seats.

The airline added that it is cooperating with Clark International Airport authorities and are ready to extend any help when needed.  /muf

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