Cancelled flights: Friday, December 5
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MANILA, Philippines – Several domestic flights on Friday, December 5, have been cancelled due to the entry of typhoon Ruby (international codename: Hagupit) in the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR).
As of 6:00 pm Friday, December 5, budget carrier Cebu Pacific Air announced it has suspended the following flights:
- 5J 219: Cebu-Butuan
- 5J 220: Butuan-Cebu
- 5J 223: Cebu-Butuan
- 5J 224: Butuan-Cebu
- 5J 2922: Manila-Tacloban
- 5J 2923: Tacloban-Manila
- 5J 329: Tacloban-Cebu
- 5J 3891: Cebu-Tandag
- 5J 3892: Tandag-Cebu
- 5J 428: Cebu-Tacloban
- 5J 785: Manila-Butuan
- 5J 786: Butuan-Manila
- 5J 787: Manila-Butuan
- 5J 788: Butuan-Manila
- 5J 873: Cebu-Surigao
- 5J 874: Surigao-Cebu
- 5J 875: Cebu-Surigao
- 5J 876: Surigao-Cebu
- 5J 877: Cebu-Siargao
- 5J 878: Siargao-Cebu
- 5J 791: Manila-Butuan
- 5J 792: Butuan-Manila
In its advisory Thursday, December 4, Cebu Pacific offered free rebooking or travel refund to passengers booked in those cancelled flights.
Typhoon Ruby (international codename: Hagupit) has slowed down slightly, now moving at a pace of 13 km/h, and is still forecast to move west northwest, PAGASA said in its 5 am advisory Friday, December 5.
With this, it is forecast to be 230 km east of Borongan, Eastern Samar by Saturday morning, December 6, 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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