A few flights worked by Philippine Airlines (PAL) among Dubai and Manila have been dropped because of proceeded with travel limitations forced by the Philippines government taking into account the predominant COVID-19 pandemic, a PAL official in Dubai affirmed to media on Monday.
PAL works five week after week flights (PR658/659) among Dubai and Manila. Nonetheless, there are no flights on April 27 and on May 1, 3, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20 and 27.
The Philippines flag carrier has been dropping flights since a month ago after the Philippine government forced a day by day 1,500 cap on the quantity of approaching travelers to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila as a feature of tough measures to control the ascent in every day COVID-19 cases.
PAL said those influenced by the flight abrogations can profit of any of the accompanying choices: Rebook on a similar cabin class (with rebooking service fees deferred); get a discount against their tickets or convert a current ticket into a travel voucher for sometime later.
PAL had before given an explanation on its site, saying: “If your flight is dropped, we wish to guarantee you that your present tickets are protected and stay substantial. In the event that you need to take another RT-PCR test for your new flight plan, you may go through RT-PCR testing at PAL’s own trying office at PAL Learning Center or PAL Gate 3.”