The Philippines Airlines has announced the extension of its Anniversary Seat Sale promo until Sunday (March 19).
The country’s flag carrier made the decision to allow more air travelers to enjoy “great deals” for as low as P182 one-way base fare for domestic flights and $99 roundtrip base fare for international destinations, available on all PAL routes.
“Travelers may explore new destinations and travel experiences as PAL continues to expand its global flight route network to serve growing passenger demand and support the recovery of tourism and business,” said PAL spokesperson Cielo Villaluna.
During its 82nd Anniversary media luncheon held in Century Hotel on Wednesday, PAL also announced it will launch on March 27 the direct flight to Perth, Australia, the first nonstop flight to link the Philippines with Perth and the Western Australia region.
“At 82, PAL is younger than ever and focused intently on enhancing the travel experience of our valued customers. We face the great challenge of rebuilding tourism and economic growth, and we are responding by ramping up flights, introducing routes to Australia and China that enable us to fly in more tourists and generate more business, and developing exciting products and services that will make bring value to our passengers,” said PAL president and chief operating officer Capt. Stanley Ng.
“We are grateful for the support of our customers in this time of continuing transition and renewal. We look forward to serving them well and inspiring more people to fly and discover new experiences with PAL,” he said.
PAL is also introducing non-stop flights linking Kalibo with Seoul Incheon in South Korea starting in April 2023, a new regional service targeting tourists visiting Boracay and the Central Philippines.
The new route will complement recently expanded PAL flights between Clark and Seoul.
Next month, PAL will build up to daily flights to Shanghai, Guangzhou, Jinjiang and Xiamen while increasing service to Beijing to six weekly flights in May. Joel E. Zurbano