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.
Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) released yesterday the first batch of its P2.6-billion separation package for workers affected by its spin-off.Continue reading …
The Supreme Court (SC) has recalled its resolution on the case involving the alleged illegal retrenchment of 1,400 flight attendants of flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) where it ruled with finality that it was illegal.Continue reading …
By Osias T. Osorio MANILA, Philippines (PNA) — Philippine Airlines (PAL) will reduce the number of selected domestic and international flights for a limited period as the flag carrier prepares for the transfer of its catering, ground handling and call center reservations units to third party service providers on Oct. 1, 2011. In a statement, […]Continue reading …