Boracay closure: flight cancellations and other airline updates

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With the Philippine government ordering the closure of Boracay to tourists for six months starting April 26, airlines such as AirAsia and Cebu Pacific will temporarily suspend most of their scheduled Caticlan and Kalibo flights.

From April 26 to October 26, 2018, AirAsia will make the following changes:

Source: AirAsia

AirAsia will however continue to operate the daily Manila-Kalibo-Manila service under flight number Z2 713/714, and flights Z2 219/220 on the Manila-Caticlan-Manila route.

It will also mount additional flights to popular leisure destinations Palawan, Bohol, Cebu and Davao in the Philippines.

Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific will cancel the following flights to and from Caticlan and Kalibo from April 26 to October 27, 2018:

Source: Cebu Pacific

The airline will continue the below services:

Affected passengers of both airlines will be entitled to a full refund, and given the option to place the value of the ticket in a travel fund (e.g. AirAsia BIG Loyalty account) for future use; rebook the flight, or reroute to any domestic destination. Separate terms and conditions apply for the respective airline.

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