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Philippine Airlines is the flag carrier of the Philippines and operates to 31 destinations in the Philippines and 36 overseas destinations in Southeast Asia, East Asia, Middle East and Oceania. These destinations include Brisbane, Darwin, Melbourne, Toronto, Vancouver, Shanghai, Xiamen, General Santos, Davao, Kalibo, Manila, Puerto Princesa, Dammam, Busan, Seoul, Taipei and many others. Philippine Airlines has codeshare agreements with All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, Hawaiian Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Turkish Airlines and WestJet. Philippine Airlines is the only airline that flies non-stop from Manila to London and flies 5x weekly. Philippine Airlines recently announced that its new brand philosophy to become a five-star airline in five years with service innovations, route network expansion and fleet modernisation as its flagship initiatives, guided by a new brand philosophy -"Heart of the Filipino". 

 

Philippine Airlines operates a frequent flyer program called Mabuhay Miles to reward regular travellers. Mabuhay Miles allows passengers to ear flight miles with the largest network in the Philippines, and many more destinations around the world including North Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, North America, Middle East and Europe. Philippine Airlines' Business Class seats of B777-300ER are adjustable to a variety of the positions at the passenger's option. The seats may recline with a 15 degree angle and is outfitted with a 15.4 inches seat-back mounted and 10.6 inches arm touch-screen television. 

 

Philippine Airlines at the moment has the strong objective of becoming a five-star airline, following a 29 month administration that favoured cost efficiency over passenger comfort. These are great news to Philippines as a country, as their flagship carrier is a major ambassador of the country overseas. Restoring the prestige to be at the level of a legacy carrier will be beneficial both for the company and the country as it will increase passenger count going in the Philippines and will leave a good image of the country where ever the carrier flies. The shift in direction comes at a perfect moment in time, as The Philipines' economy has been one of the fastest growing in Asia over the last couple of years. The economic prosperity will be further improved by the carrier's new course of action, as they will create more jobs both directly and indirectly and help serve a larger amount of passengers world wide.

 

In December 2016, Philippine Airlines adds second Singapore route from Cebu, including a direct connection to Singapore. The national carrier has confirmed that its non-stop Cebu-Singapore route will take off on 16 December 2016, operating four times a week. Flights will depart the Philippine city every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evening and return the following morning. All services will be operated using the airline’s new 199-seat Airbus A321 aircraft. PAL already offers four daily flights between Manila and Singapore. Also launching on 16 December will be a new daily domestic service connecting Cebu with Caticlan and Clark. Caticlan is a gateway to the resort island of Boracay while Clark is an alternative option for travellers to Manila.

 

PAL currently has a three-star rating, sitting behind Thai Airways International with four stars, but ahead of Bangladesh Biman with two. North Korea's Air Koryo sits at the bottom of the rankings with just one star. In March, Philippine Airlines said it was targeting a five-star rating from Skytrax, the consultancy which ranks airlines and airports, by 2020 to bolster its global profile and put it on a par with larger Asian carriers like Japan's All Nippon Airways and Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways. Philippine Airlines has outlined its proposed Clark hub operations as part of government's overall plan to decongest Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l, located just 90 kilometres away. Beginning December 16, Philippine Airlines will offer a 7x weekly return service from Clark to Caticlan using Dash 8-400 equipment. The flights will benefit residents in Northern Metro Manila and Luzon due to the proximity of Clark International Airport to these areas. 

 

Route Map 

 

 

Popular Routes

 

Manila    Bangkok

 

Busan    Manila 

 

Hong Kong    Manila

 

Kalibo    Busan

 

Tokyo    Cebu

 

Seoul    Kalibo

 
 


The Fleet

 

Airbus A320-200

 

Boeing 777-300ER

 

 

 

 

 

 

Airbus A340-300

Airbus A330-300

 

 

 

 

 

Airbus A321-300

 

 

 



 

Ninoy Aquino International Airport

HUB Airport

 

The Ninoy Aquino International Airport, also known as Manila International Airport, is the airport serving Manila, Philippines. The airport serves as a hub for Philippines Airlines, AirAsia Philippines, AirAsia Zest and Cebu Pacific. The airport has two runways and can handle nearly 35 million passengers every year. Other airlines which fly to and from Manila International Airport include Air China, Air Niugini, All Nippon Airways, Cebu Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, Delta Airlines, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Japan Airlines and many others. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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Philippine Airlines is the national carrier of the Philippines and is based in the capital city of Manila.

Philippine Airlines global flights.

Philippine AirlinesPhilipine Airlines is a great global carrier which currently does not fly into Europe. It operates an extensive domestic network serving 32 destinations from hubs at Manila and Cebu. Internationally China, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam, South Korea and Japan are served within Asia plus Canada and the United States in North America and Melbourne and Sydney in Australia.

Philippine Airlines - classy operator.

Philippine Airlines is a great airline which we would like to see come back to Europe, soon! It’s a long story, but we were on one of the last flights from Manila to Europe having visited their head office in Manila to discuss how to market their services in the UK. We couldn’t tell you what the service was like down the back – but up at the front and a self inflicted hang-over was quickly eradicated by the most attentive cabin staff, many glasses of water and some memorable food.

If you’re looking to fly on a route served by this classy airline and the price is close to that offered by the competition we reckon that – for once – its worth paying a few dollars more to fly on a “PR” flight.

Philippine Airines operate a mixed fleet of 43 jet aircraft including Boeing 737’s, Boeing 747’s, Airbus 319’s, 320’s, 330’s and 340’s plus 7 Bombardier 300 and 400 turbo props.


Philippine Airlines starting Manila to Jeddah in 2016

World Class carrier, Philippine Airliines, has added two new cities to its expanding global network with the launch of new services from its home base of Manila to Kuwait City and Jeddah via Dubai  starting in January 2016.

Philippine Airlines offers unlimited domestic travel

Philippine Airlines is offering unlimited domestic travel to 20 different destinations for a set period this year.

Philippine Airlines reports increase in international passengers

Philippine Airlines has revealed that in the first quarter of 2011, it enjoyed a seven per cent year-on-year increase in the number of international passengers using its services.

Book Philippine Airlines flights to Manila for World Bazaar Festival

Holidaymakers who enjoy shopping while on their breaks may want to book Philippine Airlines flights so they can take part in the World Bazaar Festival in Manila.

Manila 'is a good introduction to the Philippines'

  Holidaymakers considering booking Philippine Airlines flights may find that starting their trip in Manila provides them with a good introduction to the country.

Latest News:

Philippine Airlines Makes Big Plans For 2016

Philippine Airlines Makes Big Plans For 2016   Jaime Bautista, President and Chief Operating Officer, has shared 2016 plans with Asia Travel Tips for Philippine Airlines’.

 


Philippine Airlines Set to Relaunch Direct Flights Between Manila and Kuwait

Philippine Airlines Set to Relaunch Direct Flights Between Manila and Kuwait   From Jan 18th 2016, Philippine airlines will relaunch it direct flights between Kuwait and Manila.

 



Philippine Airlines Launches Flights to Port Moresby as a Push to Expand in the Oceania Region.

Philippine Airlines Launches Flights to Port Moresby as a Push to Expand in the Oceania Region.

 


 


Philippine Airlines Lands In New Zealand For The Very First Time

Philippine Airlines Lands In New Zealand For The Very First Time   Philippine Airlines landed at 4.

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