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PAL gets ready to restart regular scheduled flights

Philippine Airlines (PAL) is set to resume regular passenger flights on May 16 contingent on factors like status of community quarantine in certain areas, government imposed travel restrictions, passenger demand, and health situation in the countries the airline serves.

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However, the airline has announced an additional set of precautionary measures ensuring the safety of all passengers, employees, and staff.

PAL is imposing a strict mandatory face mask policy where all passengers and customers will have to wear face masks at all times at the airport premises, aircraft, and ticketing offices. The airline also reminds passengers of the thermal temperature checks and the required social distancing between each person.

The airline also requests all passengers to arrive 3 hours before departure time for domestic flights and 4 hours for international travellers due to the mandatory safety and health checks to be conducted.

For carry-on luggage, a maximum weight of only 2kgs is allowed inside the cabin of the aircraft. However, each passenger will get an extra 5kg of free baggage allowance. Passengers may also carry up to 10 100ml bottles of sanitizers with 70% alcohol.

PAL also ensures that all its aircraft are properly maintained while even parked in the ground wherein they are all airworthy once normal operations resume. Each aircraft are thoroughly checked to each detail like sensors, flaps, slats, tires, hydraulics, and every important component. The aircraft are also given full protection and preservation procedures while on the ground.

The PAL group continues to operate all-cargo flights carrying important medical supplies and items from different parts of the Asia-Pacific region to the different regions and islands within the Philippines, ensuring that the flow of important supplies are unhampered.

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  1. Good to hear that ...soon going back to phil...

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  2. I hope pal will refund our cancelled flights in full by advising the travel agency to do the same

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    1. I'm still waiting for my refund fr my flight cancelled.the agency did not gave any advise yet on when we can get the voucher #PAL

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  3. Im so happy that pal will help and start over again and concern for every passengers... Mkaka uwi n rn thank u lord.

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  4. How about the checki laggage how many kilos they provide because I have maybe 30kilos check in

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  5. Are passengers subject to 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Manila from USA?

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  6. Yes im so happy to read this i hope meron na singapore to manila πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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  7. I fly on out in July,but change mine do to COVID-19 can I get a refund not a credit?

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  8. Ours PAL sched flight May 26 2020 but cancelled hope to resume flight dubai manila.

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  9. I hope my flight na BANGLADESH to manila πŸ€²πŸ˜‡

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  10. Only 2kg allowed in cabin? And 5kg in luggage? Is this only for domestic flight or even in international flights?

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  11. Ticket is available where can I book ticket

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  12. Qatar airways can flight frm kuwait to manila hoping nx week inshaallah

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  13. Did anyone knows qatar airways flights pls

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  14. How about the haneda to manila

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  15. On site, the first flight to Japan is scheduled for June 1st. What about from May 16 to May 31st ?

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  16. Please!! I need refund in our tickets!! Mahalo in advanceπŸ€”I'm waiting patiently,I work hard to buy those two PALtickets so don't ignore.

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  17. Good day sir mam. How about the international flight here in bierut lebanon. And how much kilos allow in our baggage. I'm very glad to hear a news about the opening of our airport in philippines. Hopefully we go home this coming june 2020

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