Pan Pacific Airline, formerly known as Astro Air International, is a scheduled airline based in the Philippines. The airline was founded in 1973 and rebranded to its current name, Pan Pacific Airlines, in 2016. Prior to the rebrand, the airline was only serving destinations between the Philippines and China. Until 2017, the airline started serving the South Korean market.
It's the fourth biggest carrier in the Philippines, just behind Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and AirAsia Philippines.
Nine destinations are being served by the airline with a fleet of Airbus 320-200 that only has Economy class seating.
Pan Pacific Airlines operates a different baggage policy for checked baggage and carry-on baggage.
Pan Pacific Airlines passengers receive one piece of 7kg carry-on baggage as long as it fits within 56cm x 35cm x 20cm or a total of 115cm in three dimensions. On top of this, personal items are allowed, including items such as a walking stick, a laptop, a camera, etc.
Heavier items may be asked to transport as checked baggage.
Checked baggage allowance is one piece of 15kg with a maximum dimension of 158cm, except for flights from Clark International Airport to Incheon International Airport and Muan International Airport.
Baggage exceeding 32kg will not be accepted by the airline for safety reasons. However, excess baggage can be added to the booking during the booking process.
Passengers flying with Pan Pacific Airlines must check-in for their flight at the airport as online check-in is not available.
Online check-in isn't available for the airline. All passengers must check-in at the airport.
Airport check-in counters close one hour before the established departure time, except for departures from Muan International Airport which check-in closes 50 minutes prior to departure. The check-in counter opening time vary from airport to airport, please check the airline website for more information.
Passengers must have their travel documentation ready before check-in, including any visa you may need for the country. Without any travel documents required may result in boarding denial.
Pan Pacific Airline is serving nine destinations in three countries including China, the Philippines and South Korea.
Here are the destinations they fly to:
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Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB) is ones of the busiest airport in the Philippines. The airport is serving the Metro Cebu region and it's a hub for many airlines in the Philippines including Cebgo, Cebu Pacific, PAL Express, Philippine Airlines and Royal Air Philippines.
Around four million passengers travel through Mactan-Cebu International Airport each year. Airlines including Air Busan, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, Emirates, EVA Air, Philippines AirAsia, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Sunlight Air and Xiamen Air.
Pan Pacific Air's fleet comprises a fleet of Airbus 320-200 aircraft, a narrow-body aircraft capable of accommodating 180 passengers onboard. Only Economy seats are available onboard the aircraft.
Pan Pacific Air isn't part of any airline alliance.
Frequent flyer programme isn't currently available for the airline.