With ‘Undas’ traffic, PAL urges passengers to arrive early at airports

/ 02:54 PM October 29, 2018

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) advised its passengers to go to the airport early due to the heavy traffic anticipated around the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) terminals during the “Undas” season.

This is in anticipation of the large volume of passengers traveling to provinces during this year’s All Saints Day and All Souls Day (‘Undas’) season, PAL said in its advisory issued on Monday.


“To avoid inconvenience to passengers flying to various domestic points or abroad, we advise you to allocate extra time in going to the airport due to heavy traffic around NAIA’s four terminals,” PAL said.

The airline further reminded its passengers to check their respective updated flight status and terminal assignment before heading to the airport at the airline’s website.


“You may check-in via the web, mobile, or airport kiosks (available in T2 Domestic, T3 Domestic, Cebu, and Bangkok Airport Terminals) to avoid possible long lines at the airport,” it added. /ee

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