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PHILIPPINE AIRLINES MID-YEAR SALE 2020: List of Covered Destinations

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Philippine Airlines has just announced a MID-YEAR SEAT SALE, offering special fares for domestic and international travels until next year!

Here are the details of this sale:

Booking Period: July 13-19, 2020
Travel Period: 1 August 2020 to 31 May 2021
(Australia Routes Travel Period: 1 October 2020 – 31 May 2021)

You can score base fares for as low as PHP 388 for one-way domestic flights or USD 99 for roundtrip international flights!

Note that these are BASE FARES ONLY, which means that taxes and other fees are yet to be added. That said, every PAL booking already covers baggage allowance, seat selection, and meals/snack (when applicable).

To book, visit www.philippineairlines.com.

Here’s the list of routes covered by this sale.

WHAT’S COVERED IN THIS GUIDE?


In line with international health policies, PAL is strictly implementing new normal measures to ensure your safety during the flight.

For more information, read: PAL HEALTH GUIDELINES!


Seat sales allow you to save money on airfare, if you book early enough. Here are a few things you need to know about them:

  • Limited slots only; the dates and number of seats available run out quickly. Decide on a destination, discuss with friends and relatives, and choose a date.
  • The quicker you book, the better. Related to the first point above, since there are a limited number of seats available, you’d have to make quick decisions.
  • Some dates may be unavailable or run out of seats quickly; this is often the case for peak and holiday seasons.
  • The fares displayed are BASE FARES ONLY; meaning you may have to pay additional for taxes and other fees.



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