Philippine Airlines


MANILA – Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) may be forced to  lay off more employees due to revenue losses in the current imposed travel ban in countries hit by the COVID-19 outbreak. The layoff may depend on how its recovery goes once commercial flights are allowed to resume. According to Philippine Airlines President and COO Gilbert Santa Maria in an ANC interview that revenue losses are nearing $1 billion due

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Shortly after the takeoff from Los Angeles, a Philippine Airlines flight bound for Manila suffered an apparent engine failure on Friday (PHL time) and made an emergency landing. Flight 113 pilots declared an emergency and reported on the Boeing Co 777 a potential engine failure, said Los Angeles International Airport. A witness described “flames explosions” coming out of an engine on the surface. A statement from PAL said the aircraft

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Philippine carriers have scored their best on-time performance (OTP) numbers so far this year in September, Air Carriers of the Philippines (ACAP) said Wednesday. In an emailed statement, ACAP stated that its member carriers reported an average 83% OTP rate for flights at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in September, 7 percentage points higher than in July and August. ACAP, for its part, attributed the improved performance to the completion of


MANILA—Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific are having seat sales beginning Wednesday, June 12, to celebrate Independence Day. PAL confirmed the promo in the previous month, publicized on Tuesday that it is extending the sale up to June 16, Sunday. PAL’s promo fares are as low as P399 for domestic routes and $89 for international routes. Cebu Pacific, on the other hand, broadcasted on Tuesday that it will hold a seat