Here are the latest Philippine Airlines promo fares & flights for 2017 to 2018 travel. Make sure to see details on promo dates, how to book & destinations included.
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18% OFF Universal Studios Singapore Admission Ticket
15% OFF Hong Kong Disneyland Admission Ticket
11% OFF Ocean Park Hong Kong Admission Ticket
30% OFF Everland Seoul 1 Day Admission
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Philippine Airlines, known widely as PAL, is the Philippines’ leading full-service airline.
Although not a budget airline, PAL should still be on your list of places to check for cheap flights.
Affordable fares are often easy to book. Sometimes, prices are even cheaper than budget airlines like Cebu Pacific & AirAsia.
Book cheap PAL flights during promo periods
The cheapest Philippine Airlines flights are sold during promo periods and seat sales.
Popular promos include their “PALmazing weekend sale,” “50% off” and “75% off” promo. The best ones are usually announced during a major holiday like Philippine Independence Day, PAL Anniversary Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, etc.
This airline does not announce promos as frequently as budget airlines. When they do, however, these discounts are worth considering because of the airline’s generally higher service quality.
They are also the best choice for routes not flown by other airlines including domestic flights to Batanes.
And international flights to the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand & London.
While waiting for the next seat sale, here are tips you can follow right now.
Subscribe to promo alerts
Sign-up to Philippine Airlines’s newsletter & follow the airlines’ social media accounts to make sure you don’t miss the next promo update.
Save time by checking promo alerts on Detourista. Simply pick a place and view the latest alerts from multiple airlines. Make sure to subscribe to the email alerts to make it even easier to get updates.
Search airfare comparison sites
These sites let you check & compare fares from multiple airlines in one search.
Start your search on Momondo, Dohop, Wego or see all airfare comparison sites.
Check cheap flights on similar airlines
Don’t forget to check cheap flights & seat sales offered by other airlines that fly similar routes.
Including Cebu Pacific, AirAsia, and TigerAir as well as Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, & Jetstar, and other airlines.
Check the airline website & social media accounts
In case we missed a promo, try looking for them manually. Seat sales and discount fares are easy to find if you know where to look. Here are places you should check.In case we missed a promo, try looking for them manually. Seat sales and discount fares are easy to find if you know where to look. Here are places you should check.
Philippine Airlines social media accounts — The best place to find promo updates is the airlines’ Facebook account.
Travel expo & events — Philippine Airlines is big on offering exclusive discount ticket during major travel expo & conventions. Make sure to check travel expo schedules if you are in Metro Manila.
Philippine Airlines newsletter — Sign-up to the airline newsletter if you want to get updated with the latest announcements by email. You can find the subscription form on philippineairlines.com.
Philippine Airlines website — Nearly all promo fares are posted on philippineairlines.com. You can find the latest announcement on the “Promos” page.
Step 1 — philippineairlines.com. Almost all sale alerts & announcements are posted on Philippine Airlines’ official website and social media accounts.
Step 2 — Visit the “promos” / “special offers page.” Here you will find a list of links to each announcement with details on discounted prices, fare conditions, where to book, and other important information.
Pro tip — Change the country/language settings to see announcements on country-specific versions of the site.
That’s it! You may use the flight search box and enter your travel details if you find a low fare that you want to book.
Philippine Airlines has various methods for passengers who want to book flights. The most popular way is to book online through on their website and mobile app.
You can also buy your flights by calling their booking hotline, by visiting their official ticketing offices and at accredited travel agencies.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on booking Philippine Airlines flights online:
Step 1 — Go to philippineairlines.com to start your flight search.
Step 2 — Enter your travel details on the flight search box, which can be found under the “Book a Flight” tab on the homepage. Select your destinations (origin & arrival airports), travel dates, cabin class (all classes or business class), passenger details, promo code (if available).
Step 3 — Click the “Search Flights” or “Search” button to proceed to the flight results page.
Step 4 — Select your flights by clicking on the airfare / price that you want to book. These airfares are displayed according to the flight departure/arrival times (rows) and seat class (columns). If you want to book a two-way flight, you should first select your outgoing flight, and then scroll down and select your return flight.
Step 5 — Book your flight by following the on-screen instructions.
For more tips, see the Philippine Airlines promo & booking guide.
Read promo details & conditions carefully
Promo fares are only available under conditions posted on the announcement. Be mindful of these important details:
Selling period — You should book your flights before the end of the selling period.
Travel period — Promo fares are only available for dates on or within the travel period.
Is the fare for a one-way or roundtrip (return) ticket?
Booking channel where the promo can be availed.
Promo code, if available.
Check availability and book online
If a promo may be booked online, the best way to check if they are available is to do a flight search directly on their official website or mobile app.
The process of booking promo flights should be the almost same as booking regular flights. Make sure to read special conditions on the announcement to confirm this.
Keep in mind that they also offer promo fares that are not available for booking online and can only be availed when attending special events such as travel expos.
Book directly with the airline
Depending on the conditions posted on the announcement, tickets may only be reserved online through PAL’s official booking channels.
Including their official website, mobile app, call center, or at ticketing outlets.
Keep in mind that third-party travel agencies, even if they are affiliated with or accredited by Philippine Airlines, might not have access to all promo fares. These agencies would likely tell you that they cannot find the discounted fares in their system, and offer regular fares instead.
Promos are offered on a limited basis
Before calling them “FAKE,” you should know that limited promo seats are available for any given flight route. If all promo seats are sold out on your chosen flight, you will only be able to view and book the next lowest regular fare. Get ahead of other bookers by booking your flights as soon as possible. The airline also limits promo seats on certain dates and rarely offer them on “black-out dates,” which may include peak periods such as holidays, festival dates, and other busy dates for air travelers.
In case you cannot find the promo prices advertised on the announcement, you may follow these tips to confirm whether a promo is fake or not:
Make sure the promo has not yet expired.
Confirm that your chosen travel dates match the travel period posted on the announcement.
Check prices on other dates, perhaps days to months before or after your intended travel.
Check prices on other flight routes and destinations mentioned on the promo announcement.
All-in fares & base fares
Philippine Airlines usually advertises “all-in” fares on their sale announcement. The all-in fare is the lowest fare that may be booked and already includes the base fare, airport fees, and government taxes. It does not include optional add-ons like check-in baggage, meals, travel insurance and may not include fees and taxes charged on departure from certain airports.
Where to find promo codes & coupons?
Promo and coupon codes should be included in the announcement along with other important details.
Promos may be booked without a credit card
In addition to credit cards, PAL also accepts payment using selected ATM cards and offline over-the-counter at authorized payment centers.
Philippine Airlines is the only full-service major airline in the Philippines
Philippine Airlines (PAL) is a flag carrier and one of the Philippines’ major airlines. It serves over 30 domestic destinations and more than 40 international destinations including routes that are not flown by other airlines. As a full-service airline, PAL stands out from other major airlines in the Philippines, namely Cebu Pacific and AirAsia Philippines, which are both budget airlines.
PAL’s flight hubs include Manila-Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Cebu-Mactan International Airport. It also serves direct international flights from Kakibo International Airport and direct domestic flights from Iloilo International Airport.
PAL operates a wide flight network within and beyond the Philippines
Philippine airlines flies to all major airports in the Philippines. This airline operates the country’s second widest domestic flight network after Cebu Pacific.
Aside from operating an extensive Philippine domestic flight network, Philippine Airlines also flies to major regional cities in Asia and Oceania, and long-haul flights to North America and Europe. The combined flight network of both airlines includes over 20 Philippine domestic destinations, and 30 international destinations in Southeast Asia, East Asia, the Middle East, North America, and Australia.
PAL stands out with these special distinctions and unique routes that you should know if you’re planning to travel to these destinations:
Domestic flights within the Philippines. It’s the only major PH airline that serves regularly scheduled commercial flights on these routes:
Manila — Basco, Batanes
Manila — Masbate
Manila — Calbayog and Catarman in Samar Island
Manila — Tablas, Romblon
International flights to/from the Philippines. It’s the only major PH airline that serves regularly scheduled commercial flights on these routes:
Manila — Tokyo-Haneda, Japan. Cebu Pacific also serves flights to nearby Narita International Airport but Philippine Airlines is the only PH airline that serves direct flights to Haneda, located nearer to Tokyo City Center.
Manila — Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
It serves the most number of routes between the Philippines and Oceania, especially Australia:
Manila — Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, and Melbourne in Australia
Manila — Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Manila — Auckland, New Zealand
It’s the only major PH airline that serves long-haul flights to Europe and North America:
Manila — London, United Kingdom
Manila — Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York, and San Fransisco in the US
Manila — Toronto and Vancouver in Canada
Safe and reliable PH airline
Philippine Airlines is a generally safe airline to fly with. Passengers can expect to enjoy better services compared to Philippine-based budget airlines like Cebu Pacific and AirAsia Philippines.
Here are sites that you can read for airline and passenger reviews:
Redeem free flights on Mabuhay Miles
Mabuhay Miles (mabuhaymiles.com) is Philippine Airlines frequent flyer loyalty/rewards program. Every time you fly with the airlines, you can earn miles, which can be used to redeem free flights or service class upgrades.
You may book your flights by calling their booking hotlines that are available in these locations:
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