LIST: Canceled flights due to South Korea coronavirus travel ban

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Airlines have called off a few flights to and from South Korea over the coronavirus travel ban. (FILE PHOTO)

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, February 29) — A few airlines have called off flights to South Korea following the Philippine government's move to ban travel for tourists to the East Asian country over the spike of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases there.

Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines and AirAsia have cancelled some flights to and from South Korean cities such as Incheon, Busan and Seoul. Cebu Pacific said the cancellations begin from March 3 to April 30. Passengers may rebook to February 29, March 1 and March 2 depending on the availability of seats. They also have the option to refund the tickets or store the ticket's value in a "Travel Fund," the airline advised.

On the other hand, PAL will cut flights from March 1 to March 31. However, it said that it will retain some flights to and from South Korea.

PAL passengers may rebook, reroute or refund their tickets before March 28, PAL said.

Meanwhile, AirAsia customers may change their travel date within 30 calendar days from their original flight schedule or get a refund.

Here is the list of cancelled flights:

CEBU PACIFIC

5J 188/ 5J 187 Manila-Incheon-Manila

5J 128 / 5J 129 Cebu-Incheon-Cebu

5J 180 / 5J 181 Kalibo-Incheon-Kalibo

PAL

March 2 to March 30:

PR 418 Manila - Busan (Mo/Th/Fr)

PR 419 Busan - Manila (Mo/Th/Fr)

March 1 to March 31:

PR 468 Manila - Seoul (daily)

PR 469 Seoul - Manila (daily)

March 8 to March 29:

PR 418 Manila - Busan (We/Su)

PR 419 Busan - Manila (We/Su)

March 12 to 31:

PR 466 Manila - Seoul (only on Mo/Tu/Th/Fr/Sa)

PR 467 Seoul - Manila (only on Mo/Tu/Th/Fr/Sa)

AIRASIA

March 3 to March 28

Z2 7046 Cebu - Seoul-Incheon (only on Tu/Th/Su)

Z2 7047 Seoul-Incheon - Cebu (only on Tu/Th/Su)

March 4 to March 28

Z2 888 Manila - Seoul-Incheon (daily)

Z2 889 Seoul-Incheon - Manila (daily)

Z2 38 Kalibo - Seoul-Incheon (only on We/Th/Su)

Z2 39 Seoul-Incheon - Kalibo (only on We/Th/Su)

March 7 to March 28

Z2 58 Kalibo - Busan (only on Sa)

Z2 59 Busan - Kalibo (only on Sa)

Authorities banned travel to South Korea, except those who are permanent residents, students who will fly to study and overseas Filipino workers. Meanwhile, those coming from North Gyeongsang Province or Gyeong buk, including Daegu and Cheongdo County are not allowed to enter the Philippines. However, Filipinos and their foreign spouses and children, holders of permanent resident and diplomatic visas are exempted from this restriction.

South Korea tallied 4,812 cases of COVID-19 with 19 deaths as of March 3.