CAUTION: Cancellations of PAL Flights
PAL (Philippine Airlines) informs about cancellations of domestic and international flights.
Philippine Airlines (PAL) is reducing 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 October 1, 2011.
In a statement, PAL disclosed that the number of domestic flights would be temporarily reduced by about 30 percent while international flights would be cut provisionally by 12 percent ahead of its long-awaited spin off/outsourcing program.
PAL will set up temporary Cashier counters at convenient locations for ticket refunds and other transactions. All penalties shall be waived. The airline will also set up remote city check-in counters near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). Exact location will be announced very soon. Passengers checking in at these remote counters shall be issued boarding passes and shuttled to NAIA Terminal 2 on air-conditioned buses. Priority will be given to those without check-in luggage.
For other inquiries passengers may also call PAL reservations at 855-8888 or their favorite travel agent.
The list of canceled flights can be downloaded here: