Skyjet Airlines cancels flights due to the upgrading and maintenance of the Tagaytay Radar from March 6 (Monday) to March 11 (Saturday), 2017 pursuant to the Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).
The airline just released from its Facebook Post that flight M8 183 and M8 184 from Manila to Caticlan and Caticlan to Manila on March 6 to 10, 2017 will be cancelled due to Tagaytay Radar maintenance and upgrade.
The airline is advising affected passengers to avail of the following options without penalties:
a) Rebook their tickets within 30 days from original date of departure;
b) Refund their tickets in full.
They are also advised to call Skyjet Hotline (02) 863 1333 to get the latest update on their flight schedules, or go to the nearest Skyjet ticket office or travel agent who facilitated the issuance of their ticket or email them at customercare@flyskyjetair.
The airline apologizes for any inconvenience as Skyjet continues to support our government’s drive to make air travel safe, secure and seamless for all our passengers.
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LIST: Canceled flights due to radar maintenance in March – Rappler MANILA, Philippines – The scheduled maintenance of an air traffic radar in Tagaytay City has prompted the cancellation of flights from March 6 to 11. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) informed airlines of the radar’s temporary …