More than 140 domestic and international flights to and from Cebu have been cancelled as well, as the technical issues, initially said to be affecting flights to and from Manila, remained unresolved late Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023.
In its 4:53 p.m. advisory, the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA) announced the cancellation of 128 flights to and from Cebu involving various domestic and international destinations.
In its 7:25 p.m. advisory, the MCIAA added a further 14 domestic and international flights to the list.
It said other international flights were set to be rescheduled.
The new cancelled flights are the following:
SQ906/906 Singapore – Cebu – Singapore
TR388 Singapore – Cebu
TR 389 Cebu- Singapore
RW657 Caticlan – Cebu
RW205 Cebu – Manila
5J599 Cebu – Davao
5J600 Davao – Cebu
5J573 Manila – Cebu
5J574 Cebu – Manila
5J559 Manila – Cebu
5J560 Cebu – Manila
5J557 Manila – Cebu
5J556 Cebu – Manila
Z29048 Cebu – Incheon
The flights for rescheduling, with the new schedule yet to be announced, are the following:
CX925 Hong Kong – Cebu
CX926 Cebu – Hong Kong
BR 282 Cebu – Taipei
EK338/338 Dubai – Cebu – Dubai
TR 384/385 Singapore – Cebu – Singapore
At around 1:30 p.m. today, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) had
placed all flights to and from Manila on hold, citing technical issues at the CAAP’s air navigation facilities.
In its 7:30 p.m. advisory, the MIAA, which operates the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, said 345 flights to and from Manila had been cancelled, 10 diverted and six delayed. (CTL)