Four flights between Manila and Dubai operated by the Philippine Airline (PAL) and are scheduled to fly in May are ‘definite to operate’ after announcing a series of flight cancellations due to arrival limitation imposed by the national government to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Geoffrey Salatan, a travel manager for a Dubai-based travel agency, confirmed with The Global Filipino Magazine that the following flights are definite to operate or are positive that it will no longer be canceled:
> May 5, 2021
> May 12, 2021
> May 19, 2021
> May 26, 2021
Last April 26, it was reported that six flights between Manila and Dubai have been canceled due to arrival limitations for inbound passengers, which was capped to 1,500 daily. The following flights via PR658/659 will be canceled: May 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 27.
Below are the options for passengers whose flights have been affected with the cancelation:
1. Convert your ticket to a travel voucher with 10% bonus and valid for up to 2 years, which must be requested on or before June 30, 2021.
2. Avail of unlimited rebooking (no rebooking fee) until December 31, 2021. If you will be completing your travel in the same booking class by June 30, 2021 (or ticket validity, whichever comes first), there will be no fare difference charge.
3. Refund your ticket without penalties.
You may request any of the options via the myPAL Request Hub at https://mypal.vip/url/RequestHub.