As part of a year end seat sale, PAL is offering tickets for domestic flights for as little as 299 pesos and international flights from just $79.
The national carrier’s offer runs from tomorrow (Saturday, November 10) until November 25. It covers domestic flights between January 1 and September 30, and international flights from January 16 to the same date next year.
As we reported earlier this year, Philippines Airlines, or PAL, has now been named by passengers as one of the world’s 50 best airlines.
As well as being ranked 49th out of 335 airlines by Skytrax, PAL was also recognised as the second-most improved carrier in the world. It has risen 38 places from its 83rd rank in 2016 and by 18 levels from its 67th rank last year.
The airline’s Chief Customer Experience Officer Jessica Abaya said: “We also placed Top 30 in the World’s Best Cabin Cleanliness category. This recognition inspires us to focus even more on delighting our customers.
“It also gives us greater confidence to reach our long term vision of becoming the Five-Star, full-service national carrier of the Philippines.”
The recognition for PAL comes after it received a Four-Star Global Airline rating and took delivery of a new Airbus A350-900 — widely considered to be the world’s most advanced passenger aircraft.
The flag carrier’s president Jaime Bautista said: “The Four-Star award, Top 49 ranking and the Second Most Improved Airline vote challenge us to keep up the progress, and our hi-tech new A350s and A321-neos mark our determination to hit full Five-Star status by the end of 2020.”
The Skytrax rankings were based on reviews by 20 million passengers from 100 different countries.
For more information about this month’s seat sale or to book, visit the Philippine Airlines website.
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