Last updated: 7 July 2020

Philippine Airlines has just published its schedule of operational flights for July 2020. The list covers domestic and a few international routes, mostly to and from Asia and North America.

❗️IMPORTANT❗️ This post was last updated on July 7, 2020. Because the status and schedule of flights change quickly especially during these uncertain times, always check with PAL first for possible updates. You may visit their official website or Facebook page.

Before booking, check with the local government of your origin or destination for possible travel documents that may be required.

International Flights

Note: Some flights bound for Manila may be rerouted to Cebu due to limited COVID-19 testing slots in the capital. In this case, rerouted passengers will need to undergo testing and quarantine in Cebu, where they will wait for the result, which usually takes 24-48 hours. If negative, PAL will arrange the transfer to Manila.

Manila – Los Angeles – Manila
Every Wed / Fri / Sun
Note: July 10 flight to operate as LAX-CEB (instead of LAX-MNL).

Manila – San Francisco – Manila
Every Wed / Fri

Manila – New York
Every Friday, effective July 10

New York – Manila
Every Saturday, effective July 11

Manila – Honolulu- Manila
Every Monday

Manila – Toronto- Manila
Every Thursday

Manila – Vancouver – Manila
Every Tue / Sun, effective July 12
Note: Flight on July 3 is rerouted to Cebu (instead of Manila).

Manila – Guam
Every Saturday

Guam – Manila
Every Sunday

Manila – London (Heathrow) – Manila
Every Thursday

Manila – Sydney
July 24

Sydney – Manila
July 25

Manila – Singapore
Every Mon / Tue / Wed / Sat

Singapore – Manila
Mon / Tue / Wed / Sat, except July 14
Note: Flights on July 7, 8, 11 and 13 to operate as SIN-CEB

Manila – Kuala Lumpur – Manila
Every Sunday

Manila – Jakarta
Every Saturday, except July 18

Jakarta – Manila
Every Sunday, except 19

Bangkok – Manila
Every Wednesday, effective July 15

Manila – Tokyo (Haneda) – Manila
Every Wed / Sun

Manila – Tokyo (Narita) – Manila
Every Tuesday / Friday

Cebu – Tokyo (Narita) – Cebu
July 2

Manila – Fukuoka – Manila
Every Sunday
Note: July 12 flight to operate as FUK-CEB

Manila – Osaka (Kansai) – Manila
Every Tue / Fri

Manila – Nagoya – Manila
Every Wed / Sat
Note: July 11 flight to operate as NGO-CEB.

Manila – Hong Kong – Manila
July 10 and 12
Every Tue / Fri, effective July 14

Manila – Taipei – Manila
Every Wed / Sun
Note: July 12 flight to operate as TPE-CEB

Manila – Dubai – Manila
Every Tuesday

Manila – Dammam – Manila
Every Saturday

Manila – Riyadh – Manila
Every Saturday


Domestic Flights

Manila – Basco – Manila
July 1, 16, and 31

Manila – Laoag – Manila
Every Saturday

Manila – Legazpi – Manila
Every Mon / Wed / Fri / Sun

Manila – Puerto Princesa – Manila
Every Wed / Sat

Manila – Cebu – Manila
2x daily

Manila – Catarman – Manila
Mon / Wed / Fri / Sun, effective July 13

Manila – Kalibo – Manila
Every Fri / Sun, effective July 10

Manila – Caticlan – Manila
Every Wed / Fri / Sun, effective July 22

Manila – Roxas – Manila
Every Tue / Thu / Sat, effective July 16

Manila – Tagbilaran (Panglao) – Manila
Every Mon / Wed / Fri / Sun, effective July 17

Manila – Butuan – Manila
Every Mon / Fri, effective July 13

Manila – Cotabato – Manila
Every Wed / Fri / Sun

Manila – Cagayan de Oro – Manila
Every Mon / Wed / Fri / Sun

Manila – Dipolog – Manila
Every Wed / Fri / Sun

Manila – Davao – Manila
Every Mon / Thu

Manila – General Santos – Manila
Every Mon / Thu

Manila – Ozamiz – Manila
Every Mon / Wed / Fri, effective July 13

Manila – Pagadian – Manila
Every Tue / Thu / Sun

Manila – Zamboanga – Manila
Every Mon / Thu

Clark – Davao – Clark
Every Friday

Cebu – Cagayan de Oro – Cebu
Every Wed / Sun

Cebu – Davao- Cebu
Every Tuesday

Davao – Iloilo- Davao
Every Friday, effective July 17

Davao – Tagbilaran – Davao
Every Thursday, effective July 16


Important Reminders

  • Travel for leisure is prohibited on domestic routes. This is a government policy.
  • Arrive at the airport at least 4 hours before scheduled departure for international flights. For domestic, be at the airport at least 3 hours before.
  • Make sure you have all the travel requirements before your flight. We wrote about the international travel procedure and required documents here: PAL INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL GUIDELINES!
  • Before booking, always check with the local government of both your origin and destination for travel and health documents that may be required. These documents vary depending on the province or city and change from time to time, so get in touch with the local government for the most updated requirements.
  • Follow the NEW NORMAL guidelines at the airport and inside the aircraft. We have a separate post detailing the step-by-step procedures to follow before, during, and after the flight. Read here: PAL HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDELINES!
  • Because the status of flights changes quickly especially during these uncertain times, before making any move, always double check with PAL first to get the latest flight status. You may check their official website or Facebook page.

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Canceled Flights

If you have booked a flight with PAL before and your flight is canceled, you will be informed directly.

For more information about how to rebook, get a refund or convert your booking to a travel voucher, we have a separate post here: OPTIONS FOR CANCELED PAL FLIGHTS DUE TO COVID-19!


Updates Log

  • 2020 June 30 (10pm) – PAL moved flights to and from Dammam and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) from July 5 to 4; PAL removed flights from Manila to Bacolod, Iloilo, Tacloban (and vice versa), and Cebu to Tacloban (and vice versa). Added Manila-Davao-Manila flights.
  • 2020 July 2 (9pm) – PAL published a new schedule of international routes covering the entire month of July. Previously released schedule covered only July 1-6.
  • 2020 July 3 (6pm) – PAL added MNL-SIN flights to the list; removed July 7 MNL-KUL-MNL flight; determined the days of MNL-NGO-MNL; removed previously listed flights from July 8-15; moved start of Davao-Tagbilaran-Davao flight from July 9 to 16.
  • 2020 July 4 (6pm) – July 10 and 11 MNL-SYD-MNL flights were canceled due to testing and quarantine capacity limits in Australia; changed MNL-HKG-MNL schedule to Tue/Fri effective July 14; removed Dumaguete from the list.
  • 2020 July 7 (7pm) – PAL canceled Busuanga flights; canceled July 10-11 Sydney flights; changed schedule of a some international routes.


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Maria Linda B. Hamoy and Rodrigo A. Hamoy.

My husband and I are residents of San Diego, CA. USA, and, currently in Bacolod city. We would like to purchase tickets to return to the US in August. We are both seniors. Thanks.