Wed, 3 April 2019

PAL Makes Changes to Flights Departing/Arriving NAIA T1

Philippine Airlines has moved some of its international flights to NAIA Terminal 1.

Since 31 March 2019 onwards, the following flights now operate from NAIA Terminal 1:

PR 218 / 219 Manila - Auckland - Manila
PR 126 / 127 Manila - New York JFK - Manila
PR 118 / 119 Manila - Toronto - Manila
PR 116/ 117 Manila - Vancouver - Manila
PR 595 / 596 Manila - Hanoi - Manila
PR 521 / 522 Manila - Phnom Penh - Manila
PR 682 / 683 Manila - Dammam - Manila
PR 684/ 685 Manila - Doha - Manila
PR 654 / 655 Manila - Riyadh - Manila

Philippine Airlines Airbus A321 reg: RP-C9932. Picture by Steven Howard of Click to enlarge.

Flights to Los Angeles (PR102 / PR112 / PR124) and flights to San Francisco (PR104/ PR 114) will continue to depart from NAIA Terminal 2.

Flights from Los Angeles (PR103 / PR113 /PR125 ) and flights from San Francisco (PR105/ PR115) will continue to arrive at NAIA Terminal 1.

Flights to / from Honolulu (PR100/ PR101) will continue to depart from / arrive at NAIA Terminal 2.

Flights to / from Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) (PR591/592 and PR596/ 597) will continue to depart from / arrive at NAIA Terminal 2.

All international flights other than the above departing from / arriving in Manila shall maintain the current terminal assignments. Passengers are advised to double check the terminal assigned for their specific PAL flight.

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