Philippine Airlines has launched a ‘September Deals’ promotion offering base air fares as low as P688 for one-way domestic flights and USD99 for round trip international tickets.
Travelers may purchase these promotional low fares from September 14 to 20, for travel during the seven months from November 1, 2020 to May 31, 2021.
The flag carrier’s initiative aligns with national efforts to support the livelihood of Filipino businesses and communities as the economy is gradually re-opened, while always ensuring that strict safeguards to protect the health of all travelers.
The PAL campaign invites travelers to once again “enjoy low fares and safe travels with the Heart of the Filipino”, whether they are flying home to reunite with loved ones, embarking on essential business travels, or planning for long overdue vacations.
For flexibility, PAL passengers may enjoy free rebooking on the same booking class seven days prior to departure date.
To avail of the offer, passengers may book via www.philippineairlines.com or call PAL Reservations at (+63 2) 8855 – 8888 or visit any PAL ticketing office or any partner travel agents or through the PAL mobile app.
To assure worry-free travel, PAL is operating non-stop flights on various international and domestic routes and implementing an all-out ‘Fly Safe’ set of strict ‘new normal’ safety measures and practices – dubbed “New Normal, Same Heart” – at par with global health and safety protocols.
PAL was recently recognized as one of the top 10 airlines in the world with the highest safety credentials for travel during the current pandemic. The airline secured a 4.2 rating (out of 5.0), scoring higher than most of 150 airlines.
PAL’s safety measures include the use of Personalized Protective Equipment (PPE) for cabin crew; intensified disinfection of aircraft surfaces before and after every flight using high-grade eco-friendly cleaning agents; use of High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters to cleanse cabin air of viruses, bacteria and impurities with 99.99 efficacy; simplified inflight food service to minimize contact; supervision of a Covid-19 testing facility for returning Filipinos and foreign travelers; mandatory use of face mask and shields for travelers and airline workers; and a raft of other pre-flight and post-flight practices.
The flag carrier has partially resumed regular commercial flights to various domestic destinations and key international cities in the US, Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East and Canada. PAL has also been operating special missions to repatriate stranded Filipinos and foreign nationals to and from different parts of the world, as well as all-cargo services to transport essential supplies across the Philippines and overseas.