Finally! Philippines Lifts The Travel Ban to Taiwan. Local Airlines Resume Flights

The Philippines lifted the travel ban to Taiwan starting February 14.  Both citizens of Taiwan and the Philippines are now allowed to travel.  Decision made after the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease (IATF) early Friday morning.

Local Airlines from the Philippines are set to resume their flights to and from Taiwan. Please find below their initial announcements

AirAsia stated on their Facebook account that they will update their guests regarding the changes and the flight details.

Cebu Pacific  announced that they will resume the following flights:

Monday, February 17-until further notice
5J 310 Manila-Taipei (Departs 10:40pm)
Tuesday, February 18- until further notice
5J 311 Taipei-Manila (Departs 1:45am Mon/Wed/Sat; 2:15am Tue/Thu/Fri/Sun)
February 21, 2020-until further notice
5J 312 (Departs 7:05am)
5J 310 (Departs 10:40pm)
5J 311 (Departs 1:45am)
5J 313 (Departs 10:45am)

Philippine Airlines  will resume their flight to and from Taiwan starting 21 February 2020 as follows:
PR890/891 Manila-Taipei-Manila
----- Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday (21 February to 29 February)
----- Daily (from 01 March 2020)
PR890 to depart Manila at 6:05 AM and arrive in Taipei at 8:30 AM
PR891 to depart Taipei at 9:30 AM and arrive in Manila at 11:40 AM

From 29 March 2020 onwards, our standard regular schedule of twice daily flights (PR890/891 and PR894/895) is still in effect.

Kindly check the official accounts of your airlines for updates.

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