Saturday, September 22, 2018


It has been two months since the man who held my heart for years walked out of my life and closed the door behind him for good. Two months has passed but I can still feel the pain like it was yesterday. I wanted to run away, to disappear. I found myself rummaging the internet for flights. I need to go somewhere far. I just need to get away from the house, from the city, from everything that reminds me of him and how we used to be. [Read: Batanes Travel Guide]


Where do broken hearts go?

I arrived to my place of destination around eight in the morning. I checked-in at the inn I am staying. I wanted to just sleep the entire day. However, this place is famous for its sights and so I decided to walk around town.


My walk around the town brought me to the Basco Lighthouse. It is actually the only lighthouse in Basco where you can climb up to the top. The lighthouse offers a very nice view of Mt. Iraya, the west Philippine Sea, and the whole Basco town. The top of the lighthouse also offers a clear view of Sabtang and Itbayat Islands.


After my moment at the Basco Lighthouse. I went around town and paid Santo Domingo Cathedral a visit. The view from the lighthouse brought a different sense of hope and I simply had to give thanks to God for giving me the chance to be in Batanes. 


Compared to other old churches in the country, the Santo Domingo Cathedral’s architecture is very simple. Yet, the simplicity of its design, its Baroque style architecture, and golden yellow paint simply exudes a different kind of beauty. Just being in the church made my worries go away.


Since I am already in Batanes, it will be a waste not to explore the place. That afternoon I explored Sabtang North. One of the places I visited is the Dipnaysupuan Japanese Tunnel. It is a 5-door tunnel with series of chambers located at Tukon Hills. During the Japanese occupation in the Philippines, the tunnels served as shelter for the Japanese imperial forces. Its bunker also served as a lookout spot of the soldiers during the war. 


They said that when in Batanes, Valugan Boulder Beach is a must-see. Valugan Boulder Beach is known for its stretch of polished boulders and roundish rocks along the coast. It is located in the eastern part of the island. According to history, the said boulder beach has been formed after the eruption of Mt. Iraya way back in 400AD. The boulders are smoothened by the waves relentlessly hurdled by the Pacific Ocean as time pass by.


To cap my first day in Batanes, I stopped at Vayang Rolling Hills to enjoy the beautiful Batanes sunset. The hills give a spectacular view of the green waves of rolling hills meeting the blue waters of West Philippine Sea. 


For the rest of my stay in Batanes I went to see the famous Honesty Store in Ivana. The unmanned store is open 24/7 and allows its customers to get what they need at the same time trusting them that they would pay right. This may not be such a big deal in Batanes since they actually boast their zero crime rate. This honesty store made me wonder if honesty is indeed that rare these days that it is turned into a tourist attraction.


In Sabtang, one of the places I went to see was the Chavayan Community. It is an old Ivatan village known for its stone houses and narrow streets. The village is probably the one of the most well-preserved villages in Batanes. There is no signal in the village hence you get to feel what it is like to live during the old days. I did not have any problem with the absence of mobile reception since I also wanted to disconnect from the world. 


Sabtang has a coastline lined with beaches and blue waters which stand out because of its surrounding green cliffs. Visitors can get closer to the coast without worrying about the sharp rocks at Morong Beach. It is also where you will find the Ahaw, a natural stone arch which is one of the most photographed site in West Sabtang. 


I don’t want to miss the rest of Batan so I also went to see South Batan. The San Carlos Borromeo Church is probably one of the must-visit churches in Batanes since it is also the church which is most culturally significant. The white church with cogon roof and wooden interiors was constructed in 1873 by Onesimo Polo. It was also declared by the National Museum and National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) as cultural icon.


There are hardly any spots in Batanes that is ideal for swimming because of the rough waves that crash its coast. However, one can have a refreshing time at Homoron Blue Lagoon and White Beach. The lagoon is great place to take a dip on the Batanes waters without battling the harsh waves. White beach also has shallower waters and gentler waves which is great for swimming.

Racuh a Payaman also known as Marlboro Country will definitely take your breath away. It is actually a pastureland for the cows, goats, and horses of the locals. The rolling hills with the ocean in the horizon will definitely give you a “The Sound of Music” feels. The spot is a perfect place to just sit, relax, and simply enjoy the peace and quiet. The verdant hills gave me time to focus on my thoughts and determine what I wanted in life. 


Spending few days in Batanes helped me get disconnected from the world --- something I just need. When in Batanes, I felt like I am in a different world and time. The province gave me time to gather my thoughts. The rough waves crashing the coast of the province made me realize that even when life gets rough, it can still be beautiful--- most of the time, it makes life beautiful. I left Batanes, although still with a broken heart, I know inside that is now functioning and in time will be whole again. 


So to me, Batanes is where broken hearts go.  

About the Author

LUCKY A.M. EBROLE works as a technical writer for an LGU. Her way of coping up with stress is sleeping and travelling. She wants to visit the unexplored places in the Philippines. She also dreams of seeing the beauty of the world.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018


The Department of Tourism (DOT) Philippines has recently awarded the 2018 ANAHAW Philippine Sustainable Tourism Certification to 27 hotels and resorts all over the Philippines.


ANAHAW is a joint initiative of DOT and GRaT Center for Appropriate Technology through the Zero Carbon Resorts (ZCR) project funded by the European Union under the Switch Asia Program. The ZCR Project aims to reduce the carbon emission of hotels and resorts following the 3R principles - Reduce, Replace and Redesign.

The 2018 ANAHAW Philippine Sustainable Tourism Certification was awarded to the following hotels and resorts:

Level 1 (50 to 59% satisfaction of the applicable criteria and indicators, with savings reaching up to 29%)
Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan | Lapu-Lapu City, Mactan Island, Cebu
Hotel Dominique, Inc. | Tagaytay City, Cavite
Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark, Mactan | Lapu-Lapu City, Mactan Island, Cebu
Nurture Wellness Village | Tagaytay City, Cavite
Club Balai Isabel | Talisay, Batangas
Lalaguna Villas | Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro
Misibis Resort and Hotel Management, Inc. | Cagraray Island, Bacacay, Albay
Donatela Hotel | Panglao Island, Bohol
The Lighthouse Marina Resort | Subic Bay, Zambales
Coron Hilltop View Resort | Coron, Palawan

Level 2 (60-69% satisfaction of the applicable criteria and indicators, with savings up to 35%)
P & I Resorts, Inc. | Pulchra - San Fernando, Cebu
Bohol Beach Club | Panglao Island, Bohol
The Bellevue Resort | Panglao Island, Bohol
Puerto Pension Bed and Breakfast | Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
Balay Tuko Garden Inn and Swimming Pool | Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
Qi Palawan | El Nido, Palawan

Level 3 (70-79% satisfaction of the applicable criteria and indicators, with savings up to 40%)
Seda Nuvali | Santa Rosa City, Laguna
The Mayflower Inn | Cebu City, Cebu
Cebu Elicon House | Cebu CIty, Cebu
West Gorordo Hotel | Cebu CIty, Cebu
Crimson Hotel Filinvest City, Manila | Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila
Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa | Lapu-Lapu City, Mactan Island, Cebu

Level 4 (80-89% satisfaction of the applicable criteria and indicators, with savings up to 46%)
Daluyon Beach and Mountain Resort | Sabang, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
Amarela Resort | Panglao Island, Bohol
Sangat Island Dive Resort | Coron, Palawan

Support sustainable tourism by booking at these hotels and resorts. Just click the name of the hotel/resort to check rates and availability.

Monday, September 17, 2018


I have always been interested with the unknown --- the paranormal, the supernatural, the mystic. I love listening to ghost stories, watching horror films, and exploring so-called-haunted places. So, when it comes to travelling, what would be the best destination for me than Siquijor.

Siquijor  | BigStock Photo

Siquijor is a mystical island in the Philippines known for its numerous supernatural tales. This island in the Philippines is famous for being a home to witches, diabolic beings, environmental spirits, and the likes. Thinking about all these supernatural things made my heart leap as I rode the ferry from Dumaguete to this mystical island. [Read: Dumaguete to Siquijor Ferry Schedule]

I arrived at the Port of Siquijor just when the sun is about to rise. Upon disembarking, I already noticed that their port is unlike any other ports in the country. Its structure is pretty much simple but it is embellished by the pristine, blue waters of the sea. Had I not just stepped off the ferry I would mistake the place as one of its beautiful beaches.

In its entirety, the province of Siquijor is pretty much a laid-back place. There is nothing much to do in the area but bask in its beauty and be enchanted by its sceneries. The island is basically undeveloped – this made Siquijor so precious. Such kind of place is indeed rare to find these days. As I explore around the island, I noticed that the houses and other structures are made of cement, yet they still look rustic. The island surely showcases contrast between beauty and mystery --- the old, delved cemeteries right beside the streets and the blue seas in the background is certainly captivating.

Lazi Church and Convent

For someone interested in the paranormal, of course I will never miss the old enchanted Balete Tree. The tree is not something new to the visitors of the province. In fact, it is one of their tourist destinations. The 400-year old Balete tree has spiritual background and is often used for sacred rituals by the local shamen. The roots and the vines of the old tree that hang so beautifully can convince one that it is definitely something enchanted. 


Of course, the people do not just visit the area to look at the tree. They also visit the place to enjoy the free fish foot spa because just right next to the old Balete tree is a small pool where you can dip your feet and allow the fishes to nibble your feet’s dry skin. 

As I enjoy the free foot spa, I noticed that the place is well kept. It is clean despite the fact that many people come to visit it. This is not however surprising since there are caretakers maintaining the cleanliness in the area. I had a chance to talk to one of them and asked if there is something magical about the tree. The caretaker shared that the tree is believed to be a dwelling of an engkanto (nature spirit), which often appears in a form of a white dog and sleeps on the surface of the pool. I waited for an hour hoping to see this so-called-white dog, but there was none. Too bad. [Read: Cheap Places to Stay in Siquijor]

Siquijor, although is known for scary stories, is also a home to many beautiful beaches. I love the paranormal but I also love the beach. I asked the locals for the best beach in the province and they recommended Salagdoong beach. They were telling the truth. My heart stopped for a moment when I arrived at the beach. Its unspoiled sandy beach and crystal blue waters will definitely take your breath away. 


While enjoying the beach, I saw people jumping off the cliff. Adrenaline junkies would definitely love to try jumping off Salagdoong beach’s 7-meter and 10-meter high cliffs. You just got to make that jump and allow yourself to fall straight to the clear waters. For those who simply cannot make the jump, there are also water slides built into the rocks that wind around and will still drop you off into the sea. I am not much of an adrenaline junkie, hence I opted to just enjoy swimming on the beach’s warm water. 

I consider myself more of a beach person than someone who loves hiking and climbing mountains and stuff. However, they said that when in Siquijor, Lugnason Falls is something that you should not miss. And I am glad I took time to see the magnificent falls. It is tranquil with crystal clear waters that falls into the turquoise basin at the bottom. Its water pressure is also good enough to make you feel as if you are getting a back massage.
Lugnason Falls | BigStock Photo

I talked to one of the locals and told them that they are fortunate to have such beautiful falls in their province. She thanked me and told me that many years ago the spring that produces the falls’ water has completely dried up. There is no spring, there is no water, and there is no falls. However, one day, a local shaman blessed the spring and it came back to life. The water started to flow again and the falls was reborn. 

Siquijor, with its beautiful sceneries, will definitely capture your heart. Its beauty did not however make me lose interest of the supernatural stuff it has to offer. I interacted with the locals in the area and asked about the mambabarangs (those who practice voodoo and the like). They said that there are some who practice the dark arts but what is really common in the province is faith healing. In fact, they hold Faith Healing Festival during Holy Week. 

According to locals, the most common form of faith healing is the Bolo-bolo. Such healing is done using a wooden tube and a wooden stone in a glass of water. The healer will blow the water using the wooden tube. When dirt comes out of the tube, it also means that the dirt from the body is being removed. This, they believe, would result to healing. They even said that in some cases, insects would come out from the tube and into the water. Whew! That’s creepy.

Siquijor is a small island that can be explored by hiring a tricycle to drive you around, by riding jeepneys, and by renting motorcycles. I prefer to explore the place on my own pace hence I rented a scooter from the simple hotel I was staying in. Since I have my own ride, I get to visit Siquijor’s gorgeous places and stay at the said places for as long as I want. Despite the scary tales that surrounds this wonderful province, Siquijor remains to be safe for both its visitor and residents. 

As I rode around Siquijor, I also searched around for witches and dark magic. However, other than the voodoo dolls and mixture of herbs that serves as potions and are sold as souvenirs, Siquijor remained peaceful, safe, and enchantingly beautiful. I found stunning beaches, quiet neighborhoods, and millions of stars in the night sky. Siquijor indeed made me fall head-over-heels in love but it’s not because of its love potion. I was simply charmed by its simplicity and my heart was captivated by beauty.


About the Author

LUCKY A.M. EBROLE works as a technical writer for an LGU. Her way of coping up with stress is sleeping and travelling. She wants to visit the unexplored places in the Philippines. She also dreams of seeing the beauty of the world.

Sunday, September 16, 2018


Are you an avid traveler who’s looking for your next adventure? Maybe you’re also an office worker who’s in need of a break from the stress of your daily life. Whatever your reasons are, traveling is an excellent experience for you. You can enjoy yourself and relax while you’re away from home. You can also see new places or eat ethnic cuisine while you’re traveling. 


If you don’t have enough money to travel abroad, the Philippines offers a lot of natural and human-made wonders which you can explore. If you’re checking for possible places that you can visit, consider visiting Davao City. This highly-urbanized city offers more than the famous durian, so check out these tourist spots which you should visit for your next trip.

The Davao Crocodile Park
If you’re in the mood to meet and greet the members of the reptile family, head over to Davao Crocodile Park. Learn facts about the saltwater and freshwater crocodiles, and you can also meet other animals living in the park like monkeys, birds, and snakes. 


In 2015, Sonny Dizon (owner of Crocodile Park) opened another attraction, the Wild Museum where you can see a replica of Lolong, the former largest crocodile in captivity. Aside from the animals, you can also enjoy other attractions like the Davao Butterfly House and Tribu K'Mindanawan. You can also enjoy the bird show; the Animal Got Talent Show, crocodile feeding, and other exciting activities. 


Eden Nature Park and Resort
If you’re a nature lover, you’ll love Eden Nature Park and Resort. You can relax while staying in one of their rooms, or maybe you’d like to explore and see various attractions like the amphitheater, deer park, bird walk, flower garden, hiking trail, butterfly garden, and playground. 


Aside from its attractions, Eden also offers recreational activities like the sky cycle, sky rider, sky swing, horseback riding, fishing village, and guided shuttle tours. Reserve your room today and experience the wonders of Eden Nature Park.


Bemwa Farm
Organic living is healthy living, and Bemwa Farm is a prime place to munch on fresh produce. You can eat fresh lettuce if you’re a salad lover. You can also take a break from the city life because this place is relatively quiet so that you can enjoy moments of solitude. 


Depending on the harvest season, you can also pick your strawberries at Bemwa which is located on Marilog District. You can also enjoy strawberry products in their cafe. 

Philippines Eagle Center
Do you want to see the majestic Philippine Eagle up close? Head over to Malagos, Baguio District and visit the Philippines Eagle Center. Some of the eagles are exhibited while some are isolated for breeding. Aside from the Eagles, you can also see other fascinating animals in the Center.


You can go on guided tours, bird watching, and walk on the wild trail as you explore the place. 

People’s Park
This park worth ₱71 million opened  its doors to the public on August 2007 during the Kadayawan Festival. You can walk around in the visitor’s center, and explore the Durian Dome designed by Architect Ed Viacrucis. You can also see sculptures made by local artist Kublai Millan showcasing the tribal people of Davao. 


Gap Farm
Gap is one of the known landmarks in Davao City, mainly because it’s one of the oldest existing resorts that are still operational today. You can see for yourself various fruit trees, and you can take pictures with animal statues, busts of Philippine presidents, and other statues in the area. If you’re visiting on a hot day, you can take a dip in their swimming pool with the rest of your family. 

Malagos Garden Resort
For an overall fun experience, Malagos Garden Resort is the perfect place. Established initially as a flower farm in 1992, it turned into a Garden Resort in 1994. Several additions were made in the following years such as the Butterfly Sanctuary, Koi Cafe, Bagobo House, and the Chocolate Museum. If you want to stay for a while, you can check out the villas in the resort and enjoy amenities like the kalesa ride, skate park, horseback riding, and Flywire. 

Malagos Chocolate Museum
Are you craving for mouth-watering chocolates? Look no further, and explore Malagos Chocolate Museum. This unique museum opened its doors to the public on March 8, 2017. In the Museum Section, you can learn how cacao is processed for chocolate products. Beanie is the museum mascot, and he can play games with kids at the Interactive Zone.


The Chocolate Bar is a dream come true for chocolate lovers because you can enjoy the museum’s food and drinks. Head over to the Chocolate Laboratory to create your own chocolate.  

D’ Japanese Tunnel Family Resort
This place is a haven for history enthusiasts. You can learn about the time when the Japanese stayed in Davao City, and also how the tunnel was used as a hideout and a passage for transporting military equipment back in World War II. Inside the tunnel, you can see replicas of Japanese soldiers and women wearing the traditional kimono. 

The place offers amenities such as guest rooms, swimming pool, and a garden. 

Davao Bamboo Sanctuary and Ecological Park
If you need to take a break from the busy city life, the Bamboo Sanctuary is the place for you. The Davao Bamboo Sanctuary and Ecological Park in Malagos can be reached by riding the company shuttle. The first thing you'll see is the giant dome created by Architect Ed Viacrucis. You can rest in their cabanas, where you have a clear view of the pool. 

The fresh water flowing through it will entice you to take a dip. The water is cold, but you'll get used to it. You can also try other activities like their kayak, and archery. They cater to a limited number of guests daily, so make your reservation now. 

Loleng’s Mountain Spring Resort
Loleng’s is another spot where you can relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. Located in the Toril District, this place gives you a perfectly relaxing view even if it’s human-made. It offers amenities like a basketball and tennis court and a swimming pool. 

D' Bone Collector Museum

Are you interested in seeing the bones of exciting animals? This museum located in Barangay 76-A, Bucana, is for you. 8,000 specimens are on display. The orientation room occupies the first floor, and bones of land animals are on the second floor. The third floor houses the bones of giant whales like the sperm whale. 

Takeaway
Your trip to Davao City won’t be complete without visiting one of these places. Unleash your adventurous spirit and check out the wonders of Davao City.


About the Author
Reicza Gene Olojan is a writer by passion. She writes for the purpose of social change and awareness. She loves exploring her hometown, Davao City, and writing articles showcasing its natural wonders.

Friday, September 14, 2018


Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) has recently announced flight cancellations as typhoon Ompong approaches the Philippines. Here's a list of cancelled flights from September 14-16, 2018. 

Last updated: September 14, 2018 at 10PM.




Cancelled Flights on September 14, 2018


XIAMEN AIRLINES (MF)
MF 819/820 XIAMEN-MANILA-XIAMEN
MF 8667 XIAMEN-MANILA
MF 817/818 MANILA-JINJIANG- MANILA

AIR CHINA (CA)

CA179 /179 BEIJING-MANILA-BEIJING

CHINA SOUTHERN (CZ)

CZ 3077 GUANGZHOU-MANILA

JEJU AIR (7C)
7C 2305/2306 INCHEON-MANILA-INCHEON 

JETSTAR AIRLINES (GK)

*GK 40/41 NARITA-MANILA-NARITA

PHILIPPINE AIRLINES (PR)
PR 346/347 MANILA-PUDONG-MANILA
PR 312 MANILA-HONGKONG
PR2482 Tagbilaran - Seoul (Incheon)

CEBU PACIFIC (5J)
5J 504/505 MANILA-TUGUEGARAO-MANILA
5J 506/507 MANILA-TUGUEGARAO-MANILA
5J 192/193 MANILA-CAUAYAN-MANILA
5J 821/822 MANILA-VIRAC-MANILA

AIRSWIFT (T6)
T6 837/838 MANILA-BASCO-MANILA

CEBGO (DG)
DG 6111/6112 MANILA-NAGA-MANILA
DG 6009/6010 MANILA-BASCO-MANILA 

SKYJET (M8)
M8 816/817 MANILA-BASCO-MANILA
M8 421/422 MANILA-SIARGAO-MANILA
M8 715/716 MANILA-BUSUANGA-MANILA

KLM DUTCH ROYAL AIRLINES (KL)

KL 807 AMSTERDAM-MANILA

Reset Schedules - Re-timed to arrive on September 15 (Saturday)

PHILIPPINE AIRLINES (PR)
PR 685 DOHA-MANILA (NETA-2350H)
PR 655 RIYADH-MANILA (NETA-2045H)
PR 659 DUBAI-MANILA 
PR 683 DAMMAM-MANILA
PR 127 VANCOUVER-MANILA (NETA-1300H)

EMIRATES AIRLINES (EK)
*EK 334 DUBAI-MANILA (NETA-0825H)

*EK 335 MANILA-DUBAI (NETD-1005H)

Cancelled Flights on September 15, 2018


PHILIPPINE AIRLINES (PR)
PR 2196/2197 MANILA-LAOAG-MANILA
PR 2198/2199 MANILA-LAOAG-MANILA
PR 313 HONGKONG-MANILA
PR2483 Seoul (Incheon) - Tagbilaran 
PR 347 PUDONG-MANILA
PR 2153/2154 MANILA- BACOLOD- MANILA
PR 2789/ 2790 MANILA- PUERTO PRINCESA- MANILA
*PR352/ 353 MANILA- MACAU- MANILA
*PR5408/407 MANILA- OSAKA (KANSAI)-MANILA
*PR334/335 MANILA- XIAMEN-MANILA
*PR318/319 MANILA- HONG KONG- MANILA
*PR310/311 MANILA- HONG KONG- MANILA
*PR312 MANILA- HONG KONG
*PR300/301 MANILA- HONG KONG- MANILA

*PR306/307 MANILA- HONG KONG- MANILA

CHINA SOUTHERN (CZ)
CZ 3078 MANILA-GUANGZHOU
CZ 3091/3092 GUANGZHOU -MANILA- GUANGZHOU

CZ 397/398 GUANGZHOU -MANILA- GUANGZHOU

AIR CHINA (CA)
CA 180 MANILA-BEIJING

JETSTAR AIRLINES (GK)


*GK 40 MANILA-NARITA

CEBU PACIFIC (5J)
5J 504/505 MANILA-TUGUEGARAO-MANILA
5J 506/507 MANILA-TUGUEGARAO-MANILA
5J 196/197 MANILA-CAUAYAN-MANILA
*5J 553/580 MANILA-CEBU-MANILA
*5J 569/570 MANILA-CEBU-MANILA
*5J 541/542 MANILA-ILOILO-MANILA
*5J 453/454 MANILA-ILOILO-MANILA
*5J 555/556 MANILA-ILOILO-MANILA
*5J 487/488 MANILA-BACOLOD-MANILA
*5J 475/476 MANILA-BACOLOD-MANILA
*5J 489/490 MANILA-BACOLOD-MANILA
*5J 651/652 MANILA-TACLOBAN-MANILA
*5J 653/654 MANILA-TACLOBAN-MANILA
*5J 789/790 MANILA-BUTUAN-MANILA
*5J 373/374 MANILA-ROXAS-MANILA
*5J 381/382 MANILA-CAGAYAN-MANILA
*5J 389/390 MANILA-CAGAYAN-MANILA
*5J 961/962 MANILA-DAVAO-MANILA
*5J 995/996 MANILA-GENSAN-MANILA
*5J 625/626 MANILA-DUMAGUETE-MANILA
*5J 647/648 MANILA-PUERTO PRINCESA-MANILA
*5J 150/149 Clark-Hong Kong-Clark 
*5J 537/538 Clark-Singapore-Clark

KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES (KL)
KL 808 MANILA-AMSTERDAM

PAL EXPRESS (2P)

*2P2328/2329 MANILA- HAIKOU- MANILA

CEBGO (DG)
DG 6009/6010 MANILA-BASCO-MANILA 

KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES (KL)
*KLM 808 AMSTERDAM-MANILA

PHILIPPINES AIRASIA
Z20432/0433 MANILA-PUERTO PRINCESA
Z20782/0783 CEBU-MANILA-CEBU
Z20625/0626 MANILA-DAVAO-MANILA

Z20769 MANILA-CEBU


Cancelled Flights on September 16, 2018


T6 - AIR SWIFT
T6 837/838 MANILA-BASCO-MANILA

PHILIPPINE AIRLINES (PR)

PR 313 HONGKONG-MANILA

CEBU PACIFIC (5J)
*5J 272/273 MANILA-HONGKONG-MANILA
*5J 110/111 MANILA-HONGKONG-MANILA
*5J 112/113 MANILA-HONGKONG-MANILA
*5J 114/115 MANILA-HONGKONG-MANILA
*5J 362/363 MANILA-MACAU-MANILA
*5J 150/149 Clark-Hong Kong-Clark
*5J 120/121 Clark-Hong Kong-Clark
*5J 240/241 Cebu-Hong Kong-Cebu
*5J 370 Clark-Macau
*5J 242 Iloilo-Hong Kong

PHILIPPINES AIRASIA (Z2)
*Z20770 CEBU-MANILA
*Z21264/1265 MANILA-HONGKONG-MANILA

*Z20088/0089 MANILA-MACAU-MANILA


Cancelled Flights on September 16, 2018


CEBU PACIFIC (5J)
*5J 243 Hong Kong-Iloilo
*5J 371 Macau-Clark


*Newly added as per update from MIAA and the Airlines affected.
**We will update this list regularly as soon as announcements of other cancelled flights are made.