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PH suspends entry of foreigners, 1500 daily arrival limit for returning Filipinos

The Philippine government has revised its pronouncement and is now allowing Filipinos to enter the Philippines, but is suspending the entry of most Foreign Nationals effective 22 March to 21 April.  However, the maximum number of passenger arrivals from international flights will still...

Thinking of travelling to the Philippines soon?

China Airlines has announced that it is currently operating scheduled flights from Australia to Manila in November and December 2020.  This would be a great opportunity for Pinoys in Australia to travel back to the Philippines on time for Christmas. Here is the...

Ruby Princess docks in Manila, Filipino crewmen to be tested for COVID-19

The Ruby Princess ship carrying 214 Filipino crew members anchored in Manila Bay on Thursday. This is after a 14 day journey from Port Kembla in New South Wales. According to Associated Press (AP), at least 16 other cruise ships...

Philippines one with ASEAN in committing to regional tourism post COVID-19

MANILA – Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat reaffirmed the Philippines' commitment to the regional tourism cooperation of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on the road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. “More than ever, we are...

Additional repatriation flight to Brisbane for stranded Australians in the Philippines

The Australian Embassy in the Philippines has announced that Philippine Airlines (PAL) will now run an additional Manila-Brisbane flight on 28 April if there are sufficient bookings. This will be in addition to the Manila-Melbourne and Manila-Sydney flights. The Manila-Brisbane...

379 Filipino crew of Ruby Princess now in quarantine in the Philippines

Around 379 Filipino crew members of the cruise ship, Ruby Princess on 25 April arrived in the Philippines via a special chartered Cebu Pacific flight from Sydney The crew is now on a mandatory 14-day quarantine in the Philippines. The...

Additional PAL flights from Melbourne and Sydney to Manila

Philippine Airlines has announced additional special flights for Filipinos / Philippine Passport Holders in Australia from Melbourne-Manila, and Sydney-Manila on Wednesday April 29. This is in addition to the three flights the were organised on April 19 from Melbourne, Sydney...

Three special flights from Manila arrive in Australia under difficult circumstances

Three special flights from the Philippines landed in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Sunday morning, repatriating stranded Australian travellers. "That was a mammoth effort. That required 12 sweeper flights from around the Philippines, bringing people from places like Cebu, Davao,...

Australian Embassy partners with Philippine Airlines for special flight to Melbourne

*Note: Registrations for these flights closed on 11:59pm 15 April, 2020. Additional flights have been organised for 28 April, 2020.* READ: Additional repatriation flights to Melbourne and Sydney for stranded Australians in the Philippines ________________________________________________ The Australian Embassy, in coordination with Philippine...

Flights to Australia for travellers stranded in the Philippines

The Australian Embassy in the Philippines on its Facebook Page announced that it is working on arranging flights to Australia for stranded travellers currently in the Philippines. Commercial user-pays-flights to Australia are being arranged to start at the end of...
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