The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has canceled all its flights for this week and will be adopting a new schedule starting June 22.

Beginning June 19 to 21, all existing flights in the Puerto Princesa International Airport (PPCIA) are canceled, according to an official advisory by the local airport officials. A new schedule beginning June 22, Monday, will be as follows:

Cebu Pacific – Monday and Thursday
Philippine Airlines – Wednesday and Saturday
AirAsia – Friday and Sunday

The new schedule was agreed upon by both the city and provincial governments.

According to the CAAP, flights for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays are allocated to local stranded individuals (LSIs), returning overseas Filipinos (ROFs), and approved persons outside residence (APORs) of both the city and province. Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays will only be for residents of the municipalities.


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