Philippine Airlines (PR) abbreviated as PAL is the national airline of the Philippines. It is the first and the oldest airline operating in Asia under its original name. Out of its major hubs, Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) and Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB), PAL offers flights to 29 domestic and 31 international destinations in Asia, Oceania and North America. The airline has 21 direct flights weekly between Manila and Singapore. PAL also flies between Jakarta and Singapore four times a week. Book your flight tickets on CheapTickets.sg for some best fares and deals to Singapore on Philippine Airlines.
The airline now stands with a fleet size of 45 aircrafts with exceptional fuel efficiency, reliability, combined with unmatched levels of payload and range. The PAL fleet includes Boeing and Airbus.
Mahubay Class (Business) and Fiesta Class (Economy) are the airlines different classes of travel. Mahubay Class offer increased legroom, advanced seat ergonomics and personal screens. ‘Flights of Fancy’, the airline’s in-flight entertainment program offers ultimate listening, reading and viewing pleasure in the air. Economy class offers AVOD and each seat is equipped with 9-inch (230 mm) monitors, mounted either on the seatbacks or armrests (for bulkhead and exit row seats). ‘Econolight’, is the airline’s no-frills economy class product available on domestic and selected regional routes. In 2013, PAL introduced Wi-Fi onboard, named ‘Philippine Airlines in Air’, allow the passengers to make calls, send and receive text messages, tweets, email and internet surfing while flying.
‘Mahubay Miles’, the airline’s frequent flyer program allow the members to earn miles that can be redeemed on Philippine Airline operated flights as well as the partner airlines.
The carrier follows a new range of ‘Fare Families’ or ‘Branded Fares’, where distinct free baggage is applicable to each fare class.
Currently the airline is not participating in any major alliance.