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About PAL Express

PAL Express is part of the parent company Philippine Airlines (PAL). PAL Express, which was formerly known as Air Philippines and Airphil Express, is a low-cost airline. Air Philippines ceased operations until Philippine Airlines invested in the airline and was then re-launched as PAL Express.

PAL Express operates domestic and international flights to from Philippines to Malaysia, China, Hong Kong and United Arab Emirates. The Philippine airline also operates flights from Manila, Cebu, Davao City and Zamboanga. You can easily book your PAL Express tickets with Alternative Airlines by looking for flights in the search bar above. Make your PAL express booking with Alternative Airlines today. 

 


 

PAL Express Destinations

Domestic Destinations

 

The following flights are available within the Philippines

 

Bacolod Basco Busuanga Butuan
Cagayan de Oro Calbayog Catarman Caticlan
Cebu Clark Contabato Davao
Dipolog Dumuguete General Santos Iloilo
Jolo Kalibo Laoag Lagazpi
Manila Masbate Naga Ozamiz
Puerto Princesa Boxas Surigao Tablas
Tacloban Tagbilaran Tawi-Tawi Tuguegararo
Zamboanga      

 

International Destinations

 

  • China: Hangzhou; Shanghai
  • Hong Kong
  • Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur
  • Northern Mariana islands: Saipan
  • Singapore
  • Dubai

 


 

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PAL Express Fleet

The Pal Express fleet includes:

10 x Airbus A320-200

6 x Airbus A321-200

2 x Bombardier Q300

5 x Bombardier Q400

7 x Bombardier Q400 NextGen

 


 

Class Fares

Philippine Airlines offers two class fares: Economy and Business.

 


 

Economy Class

Economy Class Facilities

The entire cabin of the new B777-300ERs is equipped with Panasonic in-flight Entertainment System. This is a fully digital in-flight entertainment system that enables Economy Class passengers to choose from a full-library of video and audio content. Each passenger seat is outfitted with personal TV and Audio/Video On-Demand AVOD feature.

Delight in our brand of traditional and fusion cuisine. Well-known culinary personalities are regularly invited as guest chefs in our Food Festivals in the Sky, guaranteed to give you a unique in-flight dining experience.

Economy Class Seating

The Economy Class Passengers benefit from the new seats from Weber which features an actuating seat pan that enables the seat bottom cushion to be moved up or forward to support the body when relaxing. It is also outfitted with a touch-screen personal television.

 


 

Business Class

Business Class Facilities

A sumptuous selection of Western, Filipino and Japanese dishes available on particular routes prepared to the exacting standards of our airline food experts. Well-known culinary personalities are regularly invited as guest chefs in our Food Festivals in the Sky.

Business Class Seating

The Business class seats of B777-300ER are adjustable to a variety of positions. The seat may recline with a 15 degree angle. It is outfitted with a 15.4 in. seat-back mounted and 10.6in in-arm touch-screen personal television which allows the passengers to program controls with memory. Each seat is equipped with individual “goose neck” reading lights, laptop charging port and USB port for passengers to listen to their personal mp3 collection or view photos and PDF files.

 


PAL Express Baggage Allowance

Checked Baggage

The baggage allowance for Economy Class passengers of domestic flights with PAL Express, is one item of free baggage up to the weight of 20kg. For Business Class passengers flying domestically, the weight limit is 30kg.

For international flights, passengers flying in Economy Class on Philippine Airlines are allowed to two pieces of checked baggage at 23kg per bag if they're flying to Europe, the Middle East, Japan, USA/Canada or Guam and two pieces of checked baggage at 32kg per bag if they're flying to Asia or the Pacific.

The overall dimensions of all baggage checked onto your PAl Express flight can't exceed 158cm (length + width + height). One item of baggage can't exceed the weight of 32kg.

You can add baggage to your Pal Express booking after you've booked your flight by visiting the airline website. Additional baggage can be booked up to 4 hours before the flight departure. 

 

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers flying on Philippine Airlines are allowed one of checked baggage that must not weight more than 7kg and must not be bigger than the overall dimensions of 115cm. In addition to this, passengers may also bring on a small item, such as a small handbag, blanket or a laptop in a bag. This applies for both domestic and international flights.

 


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PAL Express Check-In

 

Web Check-In

Passengers can check-in online with PAL Express through the Philippine Airlines check-in page. Web check-in opens 24 hours before your flight and closes one hour before your flight. 

 

Aiport Check-In

Passengers that wish to check-in at the airport on PAL Express should allow check-in at least two hours before their flight for domestic services and at least three hours before their flight for international services. PAL Express check-in desks close 45 minutes before flight departure time. 

 


PAL Express Route Map

PAL Express Route Map


 

Alternative Airlines to PAL Express

Please click on the logos below to find out more about airlines that fly similar routes to PAL Express:

 

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PAL Express Hub Airport

Ninoy Aquino International Airport

Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the airport in Manila and the hub airport for PAL Express. The airport was opened in 1935 and was previously known as Manila International Airport. The airport is split into four different terminals, which are all numbered — Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 4. Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the main gateway into the Philippines.

Ninoy Aquino International Airport is also a hub airport for Cebu Pacific, Cebgo, Philippine Airlines and Philippines AirAsia.