Preparations are in place, including contingency measures, as Philippine Airlines braces for the large volume of passengers traveling to the provinces during this year’s All Saints’ and All Souls’ long weekend from October 28 to November 2.
PAL advises its passengers flying to various domestic points or abroad for family vacations to allocate extra time in going to the airport due to heavy traffic around the Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s four terminals.
PAL is dedicating more ground staff at Terminals 2 and 3 to assist passengers as the flag carrier expects its daily average of 130 flights capable of accommodating the increased number of passengers.
PAL’s winter schedule will take effect on October 30.
For any travel-related concerns, passengers may call PAL’s 24-hour reservations hotline – 855-8888. Travel updates will also be posted on PAL’s Facebook page.