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All commercial flights temporarily suspended; cargo flights unhampered

May 04, 2020

All passenger /commercial flights to and from the Philippines are temporarily suspended beginning, May 3, 2020, according to Manila International Airport Authority advisory on May 2.

The flight restrictions will be implemented for one week until May 9 to "give the government the opportunity to decongest quarantine facilities in Metro Manila", according to Carlito Galvez Jr., chief implementer of the National Taskforce against COVID 19.

Galvez said the decision to temporarily restrict flight operations at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila and all other International airports in the country excludes Emergencies while enroute, Cargo flights, Air ambulance and medical supplies flight, Weather mitigation flights and Maintenance flights. Also allowed to continue operating are sweeper flights for foreign nationals repatriating back to their respective countries. 

International flights intending to land or depart from the Philippines should seek an exemption from the CAAP Operations Center at least 36 hours before the scheduled departure from the airport of origin. CAAP order covers all International airports in the Philippines.


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