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Philippine Airlines Beefs Up Cebu, Davao and Clark Routes, Offers Promo Fares

The country's flag carrier and the oldest commercial airline in Asia Philippine Airlines (PAL) beefs up its Cebu, Davao and Clark routes and now flies to these destinations.
Philippine Airlines Airbus A330-300 plane.  Image by Kentaro Iemoto from Tokyo, Japan - Philippines A330-300(RP-C3340), CC BY-SA 2.0, Link

From Clark to and v.v.

  • Batanes (Basco)
  • Bohol (Tagbilaran)
  • Bacolod
  • Cagayan de Oro

From Cebu to and v.v.

  • Ozamiz
  • Siargao
  • Camiguin
  • Legazpi

From Davao to v.v.

  • Bohol (Tagbilaran)
  • Cayagan de Oro
  • Zamboanga
Boats docked in the shores of Balicasag Island, Bohol. Image by amagnawa.

To start off and promote these new flights, PAL offers discounted fares as as low as ~1300 Pesos. Travel period for this sale varies depending on the destination but all fall between October 1 and March 15, 2018. There are black out dates especially the known national holidays. Booking period is until March 15, 2018 too. For more information, you check out this link.


Free Baggage and In-flight Snack

The one differentiating factor that sets Philippine Airlines apart from other local airline companies is their free baggage. All flights are guaranteed with 10kg of baggage in addition to the 7kg hand-carry bag. In-flight snacks such as coffee and cookies are also guaranteed to all flights. Of course, the more expensive fare classes will have more baggage and likely better food. But for most of us, coffee or other drinks is enough for our short domestic flights.

For frequent flyers, I suggest you sign up to Mabuhay Miles, Philippine Airlines' reward program. Especially if you frequently travels abroad for work, this is a good way to earn a trip for your own vacation. Philippine Airlines has vast network of international flights including direct flights to the United States. You can sign up via Mabuhay Miles official website. Here's the link.


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