Canceled Flights For October 15, 2016 Due To Bad Weather – NAIA

Canceled Flights For October 15, 2016

Canceled Flights For October 15, 2016 – Due to bad weather brought by Typhoon Karen, the Manila International Airport Authority on Saturday, cancellation of different domestic flights.

The flights that have been canceled were the following:

Canceled Flights For October 15, 2016


Cebu Pacific

  • 5J319/320 Manila – Legazpi – Manila
  • 5J321/322 Manila – Legazpi – Manila
  • 5J325/326 Manila – Legazpi – Manila
  • 5J327/328 Manila – Legazpi – Manila
  • 5J329/330 Manila – Legazpi – Manila
  • 5J396 Cagayan de Oro – Manila
  • 5J482 Bacolod – Manila
  • 5J490 Bacolod – Manila
  • 5J582 Cebu – Manila
  • 5J608 Cebu – Clark
  • 5J790 Butuan – Manila
  • 5J974 Davao – Manila
  • 5J980 Davao – Manila
  • 5J982 Davao – Manila


  • DG6113/6114 Manila – Naga – Manila
  • DG6246 Caticlan – Manila
  • DG6398 Iloilo – Manila
  • DG6504 Cebu – Manila

Philippine Airlines

  • PR 2071 Manila- Calbayog
  • PR 2072 Calbayog-Manila
  • PR 2079 Manila- Catarman
  • PR 2080 Catarman – Manila
  • PR 2261 Manila – Naga
  • PR 2262 Naga- Manila
  • PR 2265 Manila -Naga
  • PR 2266 Naga – Manila
  • PR 2925 Manila-Legaspi
  • PR 2926 Legaspi-Manila

For many, having a delayed or canceled flight is very inconvenient. But, these measures done by flight authorities and airlines are needed to be understood as these are intended for everyone’s safety.

That’s why it is advised for everyone to keep calm and to lengthen their patience as these flight cancellations or delays will be lifted as soon as authorities would give the “go” signal.

The said flight cancellations have been posted in the social media accounts of the Nino Aquino International Airport (NAIA) – Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA).

The cancellation of these flights has been done because of the intensity of the Typhoon Karen (international name Sarika) which is now affecting the Philippines, as reported by the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

In a report by GMA News, Typhoon Karen has a maximum sustained winds of 130 kilometers-per-hour and gustiness of up to 180 kilometers-per-hour. Typhoon Karen moves towards the west-northwest at a speed of about 13 kilometers-per-hour.

Typhoon signals have been raised in different provinces in the Philippines including Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur.

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