Philippine Airlines Increases Bacolod Flights from Manila and Cebu

National flag-carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) recently increased its Manila to Bacolod City flights to five times per day to meet the growing demand for domestic travel after provincial border restrictions have eased. It likewise boosted its flight frequencies between Cebu and Bacolod.

PAL is set to expand its services from Manila by launching an additional daily roundtrip flight between Manila and Bacolod-Silay Airport with new late evening departures.

Flights between Manila and Silay Airport have increased five times a day (from four times previously in April).

Philippine Airlines Increases Bacolod Flights From Manila And Cebu
Philippine Airlines Bacolod City Flight Schedule. Image from Official Philippine Airlines Facebook Page.

This is the new schedule of Philippine Airlines Manila to Bacolod Flights and vice versa:

Philippine Airlines Flights – MANILA TO BACOLOD:

  • PR 2129 Manila-Bacolod – Daily departing at 04:25 AM
  • PR 2131 Manila-Bacolod – Daily departing at 08:45 AM
  • PR 1133 Manila-Bacolod – Daily departing at 12:25 PM
  • PR 1135 Manila-Bacolod – Daily departing at 04:25 PM
  • PR 1137 Manila-Bacolod – Daily departing at 06:30 PM (New Flight)

Philippine Airlines Flights – BACOLOD TO MANILA:

  • PR 2130 Bacolod-Manila – Daily departing at 06:35 AM
  • PR 2132 Bacolod-Manila – Daily departing at 10:40 AM
  • PR 1134 Bacolod-Manila – Daily departing at 02:25 PM
  • PR 1136 Bacolod-Manila – Daily departing at 06:35 PM
  • PR 1138 Bacolod-Manila – Daily departing at 08:40 PM (New Flight)

Philippine Airlines also offers four weekly flights between Bacolod and Mactan Cebu with the following schedule:

Philippine Airlines Flights – CEBU TO BACOLOD:

  • PR 2287 Cebu-Bacolod – every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, departing at 10:40 AM

Philippine Airlines Flights – BACOLOD TO CEBU:

  • PR 2288 Bacolod-Cebu – every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, departing at 11:50 AM

“These flights are signals of a healthy recovery for the tourism sector and the local economy in Negros Occidental,” said Harry Inoferio, PAL Senior AVP for the Philippines.

“PAL will be an engaged partner with local governments and the tourism and business sectors as we expand regular flights to provincial capitals and important cities,” he continued.

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