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PAL Holdings undergoes revamp; Tan children out of Board

PAL Holdings undergoes revamp; Tan children out of Board

Jul. 25 | Tycoon Lucio Tan, Sr.’s children, John and Vivienne, are no longer part of the board of PAL Holdings, Inc. (PHI), the parent firm of flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL), resulting in another revamp. In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange...

PAL losses balloon to P10.7B in Q1

PAL losses balloon to P10.7B in Q1

Jun. 5 | PAL aircraft photo courtesy of www.philippineairlines.com Philippine Airlines’ (PAL) total comprehensive loss jumped to P10.72 billion for the first quarter of 2020 from P60.81 million in the same period last year, as operations were severely affected...

PAL starts limited domestic run from June 5

PAL starts limited domestic run from June 5

Jun. 2 | Philippine Airlines will start operating limited domestic flights from June 5 to 30, the airline said in an advisory on June 2. Limited international flights from June 1 to 30 have been scheduled. Cebu Pacific, on the other hand, will mount special repatriation...

PAL to resume limited international, domestic flights from June

PAL to resume limited international, domestic flights from June

May. 30 | Philippine Airlines (PAL) will operate scheduled flights on selected international and domestic routes starting June 1 following the easing of community quarantines nationwide. Limited international services that will restart operations on June 1 to 30...

PAL to soon resume limited flights

PAL to soon resume limited flights

May. 29 | Photo courtesy of Philippine Airlines. Philippine Airlines (PAL) plans to start limited flights on select routes as the government eases community quarantine restrictions nationwide starting June 1. PAL, in a statement, said it “welcomes the opportunity...

PH air carriers appeal anew for hand up, not doleout

PH air carriers appeal anew for hand up, not doleout

May. 27 | Image by Simeworks from Pixabay The Air Carriers Association of the Philippines (ACAP) reiterated its appeal for government support to member airlines as they prepare to resume commercial flights under “new normal” conditions once travel and quarantine...

PAL seen losing revenues of $1B over quarantine period

PAL seen losing revenues of $1B over quarantine period

May. 23 | Photo courtesy of Philippine Airlines Philippine Airlines (PAL) expects a US$1-billion revenue loss from February 2020 until the end of the quarantine period. “We can’t wait to fly again so we’re eagerly awaiting the end of the lockdown,” PAL...

PAL, sister firms losses widen to P10.2 billion in 2019

PAL, sister firms losses widen to P10.2 billion in 2019

May. 20 | Photo courtesy of PAL Philippine Airlines (PAL) and its sister companies reported a 259% higher consolidated comprehensive loss of P10.20 billion in 2019 from the P2.84-billion loss in 2018. Consolidated revenues amounted to P154.54 billion last year,...

PAL, PAL Express pass safety audit

PAL, PAL Express pass safety audit

May. 18 | Philippine Airlines (PAL) and PAL Express have successfully completed the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), an internationally recognized and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational...

PH airlines extend flight cancellations to May 31

PH airlines extend flight cancellations to May 31

May. 13 | AirAsia Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Cebgo and Philippine Airlines have cancelled all domestic and international flights from May 16 to 31, 2020 following the government’s announcement that Metro Manila, Cebu City and Laguna will be placed under modified...