Philippine Airlines announced Wednesday all domestic flights to and from its hubs in Manila, Cebu and Clark will remain suspended until May 31 this year.
The flag carrier, however, said it was considering flying international routes and/or domestic routes to and from Davao in coordination with government authorities.
"We will announce any planned flights once these are finalized," PAL spokeswoman Cielo Villaluna said.
The travel suspension in Manila, Cebu, and Clark is in compliance with the government's Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine and related local restrictions from May 16 to 31.
PAL’s management says it is planning operating a reduced number of weekly flights on most domestic routes and on selected international routes by June 1.
But that will depend on COVID-19 conditions such as the community quarantine restrictions, the travel bans imposed by various governments and their impact on passenger demand, and the public health and safety situation in each of the countries that PAL serves.
PAL says it will announce the list of operating flights and routes for June 2020 once the details are finalized.
The airline urged passengers to check its website www.philippineairlines.com or follow its social media accounts, so "that you'll be updated the moment we release advisories on new developments."
Villaluna says PAL will continue to operate occasional special flights to repatriate stranded passengers and to transport urgent cargo.