PAL cancels flights to Japan due to TS ‘Krosa’

PAL cancels flights to Japan due to TS ‘Krosa’


PAL cancels flights to Japan due to TS ‘Krosa’

Philippine Airlines has announced flight cancellations on Thursday due to the effects of Tropical Storm 'Krosa'.

Passengers of the cancelled PR411 will be re-accommodated on the regular PR411 flight on August 16, Friday.

Passengers of this flight will be re-accommodated on replacement flight PR 5480 departing Cebu at 2:20PM on August 16, Friday, and arriving in Nagoya at 7:50PM.

Read more: Manila Bulletin News

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