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PAL to resume 8 more domestic flights

04:32 AM June 10, 2020

MANILA, Philippines —Philippine Airlines (PAL) will resume eight more domestic flights in the next two weeks following the easing of travel restrictions.

PAL spokesperson Cielo Villaluna said that starting on Wednesday, the airline will mount one additional daily flight from Manila to Cebu and back and one four-times-a-week flight on the same route starting June 15.

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A daily flight to Bacolod, a three-days-a-week flight to Caticlan and Roxas and a six-days-a-week fight to Iloilo will commence on June 16.

The Iloilo flight will operate daily starting June 22.

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Also on June 10, a four-times-a-week flight to Dipolog will be mounted; this would be increased to five-days-a-week on June 22. Two twice-a-week Manila-Laoag-Manila flights will be mounted by PAL starting June 16, Villaluna said.

Jerome Aning

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