Canceled flights due to ASEAN summit, meetings on April 26 to 29
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MANILA, Philippines – Some flights have been canceled from April 26 to 29 due to the Philippines’ hosting of the Association of Southeast Asian (ASEAN) summit in Manila.
The government has imposed a no-fly and no-sail zone within the Manila Bay area during the said dates.
In a travel advisory, charter airline Air Juan announced that the following seaplane flights have been canceled:
For Wednesday to Saturday, April 26 to 29
- AO 2011 Subic-Manila
- AO 2021 Manila-Puerto Galera
- AO 2022 Puerto Galera-Manila
- AO 2032 Manila-Busuanga
- AO 2033 Busuanga-Manila
- AO 2051 Manila-Boracay
- AO 2052 Boracay-Manila
- AO 2012 Manila-Subic
For Friday, April 28
- AO 2023 Manila-Puerto Galera
- AO 2024 Puerto Galera-Manila
Air Juan said it would be rebooking or refunding concerned passengers on all affected flights. It added that flight schedules in other destinations such as Palawan, Caticlan, and Iloilo will not be affected.
Affected passengers traveling to and from Air Juan Seaplane Dock in CCP, Pasay City, Metro Manila, may rebook flights to next available ones, refund airfare without penalties, or have travel credits for future flights.
Passengers affected by this cancelation may call Air Juan at (632) 718-8111 or email at email@example.com, or follow Air Juan’s Facebook account for more details and announcements. – Rappler.com