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PAL launches mid-year promo




The Philippine Airlines (PAL) on Sunday launched a mid-year special offer promotion where travelers “enjoy safe skies and safe travels with the heart of the Filipino.”

For base fares as low as P388 for domestic destinations and $99 for international destinations, passengers may book flights for travels from 1 August 2020 up to 31 May 2021.

Whether flying home to loved ones, going on essential business travels, or planning for that long overdue vacation, passengers may avail of special fares from 13 to 19 July this year.

To avail of the offer, passengers may book via its website or call PAL Reservations at (+63 2) 8855–8888 or visit any PAL ticketing office or any partner travel agents or through the PAL mobile app.

To ensure the safety and protection of all passengers, PAL is strictly implementing an all-out ‘Fly Safe’ set of new normal safety measures and practices — dubbed “New Normal, Same Heart” — that adopts international health and safety protocols while keeping the signature heartfelt service that the airline is known for.

Passengers are encouraged to check in on-line and arrive early at the airport to allocate extra time for new safety procedures. Travelers are also required to wear masks or facial coverings at all times — at the airport and throughout the flight — and observe physical distance whenever queueing in line or while seated at waiting areas.

The Philippine flag carrier is one of the first in the world to require cabin crew to wear full personal protective equipment (PPE) while in flight; PAL’s cabin crew also undergo medical evaluation prior to their duty.

PAL has modified its inflight meal and snack service, using sealed packaging instead of traditional meal arrangements. On top of these, PAL also offers a roomy business class as well as onboard distancing seat options in premium economy, and a designated zone of the economy class cabin for passengers on international flights who wish to have additional comfort and peace of mind when they fly.

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