PAL: Operations normalize ‪on September 17‬

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, September 16) — The country's flag carrier announced operations would return to normal Monday after the exit of Typhoon Ompong over the weekend.

In a statement Sunday, Philippine Airlines (PAL) said, "Except for four cancellations – PR 382/383 Manila-Canton-Manila and PR2614/2615 Clark-Tuguegarao-Clark – all other PAL international and domestic flights will operate based on published schedules."

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It added flights to and from Hongkong, Macau, and other parts of China will resume Monday as well.

PAL said passengers whose flights were affected due to flight cancellations could do any of the following:

1. Rebook on the flight of their choice within 30 days from the original travel date with rebooking service fees waived.

2. Reroute or refund their ticket's cost

3. Wait for PAL's notification via email/call-out/text on the next available flight or replacement flight they were rebooked on, if any.

However, the notification applies to passengers with contact details on their passenger name records.