Cancelled flights: Saturday, December 6
MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Several flights on Saturday, December 6, have been cancelled as Typhoon Ruby (international name: Hagupit) enters the Philippine Area of Responsibility.
As of 6:45 am Saturday, local airlines announced the following suspended flights:
Cebu Pacific said passengers in these cancelled flights may avail any of the following options: free rebooking, for travel within 30 days from original departure date or full or travel refund.
Passengers travelling from December 5 to 8, 2014 on other Cebu Pacific flights (domestic and international) may also take advantage of the following options without additional charges, until December 12, 2014: rebooking for travel within 7 days from original departure date or full or travel fund.
PAL passengers may rebook for travel within 30 days the from original flight date, with rebooking fees or charges waived.
If a passenger is unable to rebook on the same fare class, rebooking on a higher booking class will be allowed, with the fare difference also waived.
Passengers of cancelled flights will be accommodated on the next available flight.
Typhoon Ruby is forecast to be be 230 km east of Borongan, Eastern Samar by Saturday morning and will move closer to Northern Samar by Sunday morning, December 7.
PAGASA is still forecasting landfall over Samar island over the weekend. – Rappler.com
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