PAL mounts special flights to and from Bacolod

Philippine Airlines will operate the following sweeper flights to and from Bacolod, as approved by the local government of the Province of Negros Occidental:

Manila- Bacolod
October 19, 23, 26, and 30
PR 2131 Departing Manila at 12:15 PM

Bacolod- Manila
October 19, 23, 26 and 30
PR 2132 Departing Bacolod at 2:15 PM

You may book your flight through www.philippineairlines.com, PAL Reservations Hotline (+63 2) 8855 – 8888, PAL Ticket Office or through our partner Travel Agencies.

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

From Manila to Bacolod: Only Locally Stranded Individuals (LSIs), Returning Overseas Filipinos (ROFs) and Authorized Persons Outside of Residence (APORs) will be accepted. Leisure travelers are not allowed.

Passengers traveling on the Manila-Bacolod flight need to bring the following documents to comply with local government unit (LGU) requirements:

Locally Stranded Individuals (LSIs) and Returning Overseas Filipinos (ROFs)

Valid Medical Certificate
Valid ID with address in Bacolod City or Negros Occidental, as proof of residency or Certificate of Residency from the LGU of Bacolod City or Negros Occidental.

Authorized Persons Outside of Residence (APORs)

Certificate of Employment with purpose and duration of work in Negros Occidental or Bacolod City
Valid Medical Certificate
Company ID
For Military, Government employees: Travel Order, Mission Order
Coordination from the LGU of the City or Municipality of destination
PCR Test required upon arrival in Negros Occidental on the APOR’s account.

From Bacolod to Manila: No passenger restrictions, provided travelers secure the following:

Barangay Certificate
Medical Clearance from government hospital or clinic
Travel Authority from PNP

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