Clark airport to resume operations, PAL, Cebu Pacific flights still canceled

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 03:08 PM April 24, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Cebu Pacific flights going to and from Clark International Airport in Pampanga on Wednesday remain canceled even as the airport is set to resume operations in the afternoon.

PAL announced that its flights on Wednesday, April 24, will remain canceled, adding that it will resume all flights to and from Clark airport on Thursday.


“PAL flights to and from Clark today, April 24, remain cancelled,” the airline company said in a statement.

“Philippine Airlines is pleased to resume all flights to and from Clark International Airport starting tomorrow, April 25, 2019 (Thursday),” it added.


READ: Clark International Airport heavily damaged by quake

For passengers affected by the closure, PAL said it is operating a number of replacement flights between Manila and Busuanga, Manila and Basco, and extra flights between Cebu and Busuanga.

Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific said its flights going through the Clark International Airport that were earlier canceled will remain suspended.

Below is the list of flights on Wednesday that were earlier canceled:

Philippine Airlines

PR 2839 Clark-Davao

PR 2840 Davao-Clark


PR 835 Clark-Cebu

PR 836 Cebu- Clark

PR 831 Clark-Davao

PR 832 Davao-Clark

PR 2610 Clark-San Jose (Mindoro)

PR 2611 San Jose (Mindoro)-Clark

PR 2935 Clark-Virac

PR 2936 Virac-Clark

PR 2614 Clark-Tuguegarao

PR 2615 Tuguegarao-Clark

PR 2331 Clark-Bacolod

PR 2332 Bacolod-Clark

PR 2340 Clark-Puerto Princesa

PR 2341 Puerto Princesa-Clark

PR 2376 Clark-Caticlan

PR 2377 Caticlan-Clark

PR 2833 Cebu-Clark

PR 2834 Clark-Cebu

PR 2675 Clark-Catarman

PR 2676 Catarman-Clark

PR 2965 Clark-Naga

PR 2966 Naga- Clark

PR 2351 Clark-Cagayan de Oro

PR 2352 Cagayan de Oro-Clark

PR 2871 Clark-Tagbilaran (Panglao, Bohol)

PR 2872 Tagbilaran (Panglao, Bohol)- Clark

PR 6064 Kalibo- Clark

PR 2061 Clark-Kalibo

PR 492 Clark- Seoul (Incheon)

PR 493 Seoul (Incheon)-Clark

PR 2687 Clark- Busuanga

PR 2686 Busuanga- Clark

PR 2684 Clark- Busuanga

PR 2685 Busuanga- Clark

PR 2688 Clark- Busuanga

PR 2689 Busuanga- Clark

PR 2687 Clark- Busuanga

PR 2686 Busuanga- Clark

PR 2877 Clark- Siargao

PR 2878 Siargao- Clark

PR 2875 Clark- Siargao-

PR 2876 Siargao- Clark

PR 2696 Clark- Basco

PR 2697 Basco-Clark

PR 2688 Clark- Basco

PR 2689 Basco-Clark

Cebu Pacific

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

Additional cancellations:

5J639 Manila-Puerto Princesa

5J640 Puerto Princesa-Manila

5J479 Manila-Bacolod

5J480 Bacolod-Manila

5J653 Manila-Tacloban

5J654 Tacloban-Manila

5J981 Manila-Davao

5J982 Davao-Manila

5J853 Manila-Zamboanga

5J854 Zamboanga-Manila

5J631 Manila-Dumaguete

5J632 Dumaguete-Manila

5J459 Manila-Iloilo

5J460 Iloilo-Manila

5J789 Manila-Butuan

5J790 Butuan-Manila

5J389 Manila-Cagayan de Oro

5J390 Cagayan de Oro-Manila

READ: PAL cancels Clark flights on April 24 due to airport closure

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

The Clark International Airport is set to resume its operations at 4:00 p.m.  Wednesday, April 24, the Clark International Airport Corp. earlier said.  /muf

READ: Clark International Airport resuming operations Wednesday afternoon

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