Philippine Airlines Boracay Flights Resume: Philippine Airlines will be resuming solutions to Boracay via Caticlan airport at Aklan to improve domestic tourism since the authorities re-opens the favorite Boracay Island this October.
PAL’s first Manila – Caticlan – Manila agency on Thursday, October 1, will depart from Manila at 11:10 AM as PR 2041, coming at Caticlan’s Godofredo P, Ramos Airport at 12:10 PM. The return flight, PR2042, will depart Caticlan at 12:55 PM and touch down in Manila at 1:55 PM.
The flag carrier can also be mounting flights on October 4 (Sunday), 9 (Friday), and 11 (Sunday), which will pave the way to get a normal twice-weekly Manila-Caticlan-Manila program running each Friday and Sunday from October 16 onwards, using the very same timings. PAL’s contemporary Dash 8 Q400 aircraft will be set up for the restored Boracay flights.
“Our Caticlan flights are here to encourage the Department of Tourism’s eyesight to reopen Boracay island along with other tourist destinations across the nation,” said Philippine Airlines. “PAL, DOT, and travel sector leaders are working together to support occupations and livelihoods by rejuvenating tourism.”
The government provides tourists the green light to go to Boracay from regions under overall public quarantine (GCQ) and altered general public quarantine (MGCQ).
This choice is formalized in Resolution No 74 of this Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases, including relaxed era limitations for travel to Boracay while rigorously enforcing entrance restrictions for individuals with comorbidities.
Travelers to Boracay have to present a COVID-negative outcome from an RT-PCR evaluation taken”not sooner than 48 hours before the date of traveling.”
For suitable screening, Caticlan Airport will be the only port of entry for tourists coming by plane.
Health protocols such as mask-wearing and physical distancing will be rigorously enforced during Boracay island.
PAL guarantees the passengers of its own adherence to the maximum-security protocols on its own flights.
PAL aircraft are equipped with High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters that disinfect the cabin atmosphere of germs and viruses using 99.99% efficiency, in addition to an innovative airflow system which replaces cabin air each two to three minutes. The cabin team wears Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on flights. Aircraft surfaces have been thoroughly disinfected before and after each flight—article Source.
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