MANILA -- The operation of Cebu Pacific Air is now back to normal with Super Typhoon Juan moving toward the South China Sea Tuesday.

Candice Iyug, public information chief of Cebu Pacific, said in a radio report that they have not cancelled any of their flights -- domestic or international -- for Tuesday.

The airline company cancelled six flights bound for Tuguegarao and Laoag on Monday due to Juan.

Several flights of other companies, including the country's flag carrier, Philippine Airlines, were also cancelled and diverted.

The Manila International Airport Authority is still waiting for the announcement of the other airline companies regarding their flights as of this posting Tuesday. (Sunnex)