Philippine Airlines (PAL) is the flag carrier airline of the Philippines. It was founded in 1941 and is the first and oldest commercial airline in Asia. PAL operates an extensive network of flights out of its four hub airports: Manila (Ninoy Aquino), Cebu (Mactan), Clark and Davao.
The airline offers a variety of services, including extra-legroom seats on domestic flights, Business Class (called Mabuhay) with dedicated check-in counters, exclusive lounge access, unlimited beverages, chef-prepared meals, premier service, and many other amenities. On international flights, passengers can enjoy world-class food and attentive and professional service.
Philippine Airlines also has codeshare agreements with Air Macau, All Nippon Airways, Bangkok Airways, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Hawaiian Airlines, PAL Express and Philippine AirAsia. The airline operates a frequent flyer program called Mabuhay Miles to reward regular travellers.
Philippine Airlines flies to all major cities as well as numerous smaller airports across the Philippines. As well as flying to the Philippines, the flagship airline flies to over 50 international destinations in 24 countries across Asia, North America and Oceania
Philippines Airlines baggage allowance
Philippine Airlines (PAL) allows a free baggage allowance (FBA) per passenger, which is indicated in the passenger ticket. Each flight ticket has its own FBA policy, which is valid only on that specific flight and may not necessarily apply to connecting flights.
Passengers may need to claim their baggage and clear with customs upon arrival if they have connecting flights involving different terminals in Manila. Passengers with connecting flights to the US, UK, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand are required to claim their baggage and undergo additional security checks upon arrival in Manila.
The FBA for Philippine Airlines (PAL) and PAL Express (PALex) operated flights is as follows: Business Value – 30kg; Business Flex – 35kg; Economy Flex – no bags; Premium Economy – 10kg; Basco – 10kg for economy; Business Class – 30kg. The total weight of check-in baggage should follow the FBA of the service class per route. A single piece of checked baggage should weigh no more than 32kg (70lbs).
Any baggage exceeding the 32kg weight limit must be repacked or will not be accepted for carriage.
The maximum size of carry-on baggage allowed by Philippine Airlines is one piece with a maximum total dimension of 56cm x 36cm x 23cm (22in x 14in x 9in) and a maximum weight of 7 kg.
In addition to this free carry-on allowance, passengers are allowed to carry on board a maximum of two items such as a small handbag pocketbook or purse, an overcoat wrap or blanket, a small camera or binoculars laptop with the case, reading material duty-free bag infant’s food for consumption in flight pair of crutches and/or braces walking stick and another prosthetic device for the passenger’s use provided that the passenger is dependent upon them. Philippines Airlines
How to check in online with Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines offers online check-in 24 hours before the flight. Passengers can select their preferred seat before arriving at the airport, saving time.
Online check-in is available for domestic flights within the Philippines and international flights except for flights from Chengdu, Jinjiang, Xiamen, Tagbilaran, and Incheon. Passengers with special assistance requests may not be allowed to check in online due to the nature of the assistance requested.
To check-in online with Philippine Airlines, passengers can go to PhilippineAirlines.com and click on the Check-in tab. They should then select their flight and confirm their check-in. They will receive their electronic boarding pass by email.
Alternatively, passengers can use the Philippine Airlines mobile app to check-in.
They should tap on the check-in button, enter their booking reference and last name, and click on the Check-in button. After checking in, they will receive their electronic boarding pass by email. Philippines Airlines
Passengers who are unable to check in online can do so at an airport counter. Early check-in is available at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Centennial Terminal 2 for domestic flights starting at 1:30 a.m., while international flights start at 4:00 a.m.
Philippine Airlines Flight status
Philippine Airlines Flight PR 2939 is scheduled to depart from Butuan Airport (BXU) at 15:40 PST and arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila at 17:10 PST on Thursday, March 02, 2023.
According to FlightStats Global Flight Tracker, the flight departed on time at 15:51 PST and arrived at 17:16 PST. The flight is operated by PAL Express and Airphil Express on behalf of Philippine Airlines.
The current status of other Philippine Airlines flights can be found on the Philippine Airlines website, Philippine-Airlines.Flight-Status.info, RadarBox.com, and Airportia.com
Philippine Airlines promo fares
Philippine Airlines offers promo fares for local and international destinations. The cheapest Philippine Airlines flights are sold during promo periods and seat sales. To book a flight, visit the “Promos” or “Deals” page on the Philippine Airlines website. Philippines Airlines
You can also buy tickets through online travel agencies such as OneTravel and CheapOair to get promo codes and offers that provide great deals on plane tickets.
Philippine Airlines has a frequent flyer program called Mabuhay Miles that allows members to earn points every time they embark on domestic and international flights with Philippine Airlines or other flight partners such as All Nippon Airways. Members can redeem these points to save on plane tickets.
Philippine Airlines also offers Business Class for people who prefer to fly in a luxury setting. There are dedicated check-in counters for passengers making check-in quick and seamless. An exclusive lounge, unlimited beverages, chef-prepared meals, premier service, and many other luxurious amenities are always in store for Business Class fliers.
The airline’s New Premium Economy Class uplifts the art of saving money to a whole new level. Flights include beverages, world-class food, attentive and professional service, reclining seats, over 300 hours of entertainment options, charging ports for gadgets, fax machines, telephones, computers, massage services. Philippines Airlines.
Philippines Airlines safety record | Philippines Airlines
Philippine Airlines has a 7/7 safety rating on AirlineRatings.com. Since a terrorism-related incident onboard a Boeing 747-200 flight from Cebu to Tokyo in 1994, Philippine Airlines’ flight history has been trouble-free in recent decades.
Philippine Airlines is certified as a 4-Star Airline for the quality of its airport and onboard product and staff service. The Aviation Safety Network provides databases containing descriptions of over 11,000 airliner write-offs, hijackings, and military aircraft accidents since 1943. Philippines Airlines
Since its foundation in 1941, Philippine Airlines has suffered more than 20 aircraft crashes, terrorist attacks, and aircraft hijackings. However, there have been no recent reports of air safety incidents involving Philippine Airlines on AeroInside