AFTER adding 10 new Airbus A330 jets on top of the 54 aircraft they ordered in August, Philippine Airlines will be hiring cabin crews to support their planned route expansions by 2013. Christopher Lebumfacil, PAL passenger sales manager for the Visayas, yesterday confirmed that the airline was working to expand its domestic and international routes [...]
A Philippine Airlines (PAL) flight to Manila early yesterday was canceled after birds got sucked into the plane’s engine. The 6 a.m. flight had to be canceled to ensure the safety of passengers and crew, officials said.
By Julie S. Alipala
Philippine Airlines’s 6 a.m. flight to Manila from this city was cancelled Saturday after birds got sucked into one of the plane’s engines.
By Charlie Señase
Philippine Airlines has decided to shut down its service to a number of Mindanao airports, including this city, Mayor Japal Guiani Jr. said Saturday.
Philippine Airlines recently airlifted tons of export-quality Tutti-Frutti bananas for distribution to victims of floods spawned by the southwest monsoon in Metro Manila and neighboring provinces.
All flights of the Philippine Airlines will proceed as scheduled, the flag carrier announced Wednesday.
Philippine Airlines is offering to fly relief goods for flood victims in Metro Manila and nearby provinces.
Thus far, all Philippine Airlines flights Wednesday “are green and go,” PAL announced Tuesday.
A Philippine Airlines aircraft has failed to land in the northern Laoag International Airport due to poor visibility, Radyo Inquirer 990AM reported Thursday.
By Tetch Torres
The Supreme Court decision to allow another appeal by the by Flight Attendants and Stewards’ Association of the Philippines’ (FASAP) will only prolong the agony of Philippine Airlines (PAL) employees, a spokesman said.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed the Flight Attendants and Stewards Association of the Philippines (Fasap) to file another motion for reconsideration of the tribunal’s October 2011 resolution that withdrew a ruling favorable to the group because of a technical error.
By Tina G. Santos
The Philippine Airlines Employees’ Association (Palea) on Saturday called on the new management of the airline to reinstate its skilled workers.
By Tina G. Santos
Even the civil aviation industry has already been affected by the power crisis in Mindanao.