PAL extends ‘Fly All You Can’ promoBy Paolo G. Montecillo
Philippine Daily Inquirer
MANILA, Philippines—Due to popular demand, flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has extended its “Fly All You Can” promo until July 18, Wednesday.
Fly All You Can passes were made available last week, and the original deadline for customers to get tickets that allow them to take as many flights as they can for a fixed price was set for July 13.
“The five-day extension will enable PAL to accommodate the surge of bargain hunters who want to avail of the Fly All You Can passes that entitled them to unlimited PAL tickets to 11 regional and two domestic destinations,” the company said in a statement at the weekend.
The Fly All You Can promo is part of the airline’s efforts to fill up seats in the months between the summer vacation from March to May, and the holiday season in December and January.
For travelers who may be looking for discounted tickets not covered by the unlimited promo, PAL announced that other special fares will be made available at a couple of forthcoming travel expos.
Depending on the price, Fly All You Can passes allow passengers to travel as often as they can to Cebu and Davao, or from Manila to Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei, Singapore, Bangkok, Saigon, Jakarta, Beijing, Shanghai, Bali and Xiamen. Also included is the Singapore-Jakarta sector.
Tickets will sell for as low as $318 for economy seats and $1,318 for business class seats.
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