Manila, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) is inching back to normalcy with more flights that used to operate from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 back to its hub at the NAIA Terminal 2.
A month after utilizing NAIA Terminal 3 as its home base following the start of PAL’s transition for its outsourcing program, flight services between Manila and Tacloban City and Cebu City will move back to NAIA Terminal 2 beginning today.
PAL flights PR391, PR392, PR393, and PR394 between Manila and Tacloban City as well as PR187 and PR188 between Manila and Cebu City will revert back to its home base at Terminal 2.
“The return of PAL flights back to the NAIA Terminal 2 is a testament that the new staff hired by SkyGroup, PAL’s new service provider, are adapting to the system at the airport and that they are now capable of handling more and more passengers by the hour.
SkyGroup provides manpower for PAL’s non-core unit, namey Airport Services, Inflight Catering, and Reservations,” the flag carrier said. (Anjo Perez)