MANILA (2nd update) -- The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said four airline companies cancelled 14 flights as Typhoon Juan (international codename: Megi) continues to bring stormy weather in Northern Luzon.
As of 1 p.m. Monday, leading budget airline Cebu Pacific said it called off six flights between Manila and Cagayan, Ilocos Norte, and Isabela provinces.
In its official Twitter account, the airline said the following flights are cancelled: 5J196 and 197 (Manila to Cauayan), 5J508 and 509 (Manila to Tuguegarao), 5J404 and 405 (Manila to Laoag), and the flight from Clark Airport to Macau to Laoag.
Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL), on the other hand, grounded two flights going to and from Laoag.
Air Philippines Express cancelled four flights, namely: 2P-014 from Manila to Tuguegarao, 2P-015 from Tuguegarao to Manila, 2P-018 from Manila to Tuguegarao, and 2P-019 from Tuguegarao to Manila while SeaAir called off two flights heading to Basco, Batanes.
Cebu Pacific said affected passengers can rebook their flights without penalties within 30 days of travel, cancel their flights with penalties or reroute their flight without penalties. (Virgil Lopez/Sunnex)