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List of Cancelled Flights From Cebu Pacific As of June 24

Updated: 24June2011 6:00PM
Here's the latest updated list of CANCELLED flights of Cebu Pacific Air. The reason for cancellation is the bad weather brought by typhoon Falcon.

COMPILED ADVISORY on Typhoon Falcon - List of cancelled flights as of June 24, 2011, 11:00AM

Hi everyone! Please note that the following flights have been cancelled today due to Tropical Storm Falcon:

5J525/525-24 MNL-Naga-MNL

5J 521 / 522 – Manila-Naga-Manila

5J 513 / 514 – Manila-San Jose-Manila

5J 136 / 135 – Cebu-Caticlan-Cebu

5J 911 / 912 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 893 / 894 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 897 / 896 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 899 / 900 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 903 / 904 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 891 / 892 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 895 / 898 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 901 / 902 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 905 / 906 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 917 / 918 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

5J 913 / 914 – Manila-Caticlan-Manila

We will mount 8 extra ATR and Airbus A320 flights to accommodate all affected Caticlan guests:

5J 331 / 332 Manila-Kalibo-Manila

5J 333 / 334 Manila-Kalibo-Manila

5J 335 / 336 Manila-Kalibo-Manila

5J 337 / 338 Manila-Kalibo-Manila

5J 343 / 344 Manila-Kalibo-Manila

5J 351 / 352 Manila-Kalibo-Manila

5J 353 / 354 Manila-Kalibo-Manila

5J 416 / 417 Cebu-Kalibo-Cebu

Other affected guests may call us through our hotline at (02) 70-20-888 / (032) 230-88-88 for details on their re-accommodation. Those affected by cancellations due to bad weather may rebook their flights for travel up to 30 days, or place the full value of their booking in a travel fund.

We always place top priority in your safety; thank you for your understanding as it is beyond the airline's control.

Source: Cebu Pacific


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