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PAL unveils biggest Christmas ticket promo



MANILA, Philippines–Philippine Airlines (PAL) will launch on Wednesday (Dec. 14, 2011) its biggest, longest and most exciting international and domestic ticket sale for the year titled “12 days of Christmas.”

In a statement, PAL said it is offering giveaway rates for all its international and domestic destinations for the next 12 days starting Dec. 14 until Dec. 26. Travel period is from January 10 to March 15, 2012. All tickets will earn double miles under PAL’s Mabuhay Miles program.

As a special treat, PAL will also offer daily surprise “add ons” or “sweeteners” on top of attractive promo fares. Passengers are advised to watch out for daily announcements on print, radio, the PAL website and Facebook for the latest updates on freebies. Seats are limited and are on sale on a “first come, first served basis”.

Based on the promo mechanics, roundtrip tickets to the following destinations are priced accordingly (excluding fuel surcharges and government taxes): Beijing US$80; Shanghai US$60; Xiamen US$50; Delhi US$108; Sydney US$298; Melbourne US$298; Manila-Tokyo US$248; Cebu-Tokyo US$298; Nagoya US$248; Fukuoka US$248; Osaka US$248;

Honolulu US$308; Guam US$228; Bangkok US$48; Saigon US$48; Singapore US$48; Jakarta US$48; Hong Kong US$30; Macau US$30; Taipei US$30; Las Vegas US$498; Vancouver US$498; Los Angeles US$498; San Francisco US$498; All Luzon – Economy P788, Business Class P3,988; All Visayas  - Economy P788, Business Class P3,988; and all Mindanao – Economy P1,388, Business Class P4,988.

Vivienne Tan, PAL executive vice president-commercial group said the promo is the flag carrier’s way of thanking passengers for their loyal and continuing patronage especially on the flag carrier’s 70thannniversary.

“PAL’s schedules and services are back to normal. We’re launching the biggest and longest promo to end the year with a bang. Families can extend their holidays since this promo allows everyone to travel right away starting January 10. It’s truly a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!” Tan said.

For more details about these special deals, please log on to www.philippineairlines.com, call PAL Reservations at 855-8888 or visit your nearest travel agent.


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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_URC2HF6XLCGZCCZ7KVHIB6TH4M tangnamobama

    Great! Just to let you know, the SURCHARGE + Tax will bring that LAX-MNL ticket close to $1,400.00. They are advertising the base price.What effing sale they’re talking about.



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