PAL Offers All-In Promo Rates

MANILA, Philippines - Philippine Airlines (PAL) is pushing for fare-pricing transparency via its the first no-hidden charges, all-in low-fare promo for all domestic and selected international destinations.

One-way tickets from Manila to any PAL point in Luzon have been slashed to P1,376; to Visayas at P1,443; and to Mindanao at P2,003.

All-in fares from any point in Luzon to Manila are going for P1,393; from Visayas to Manila at P1,460 and from Mindanao to Manila at P2,020.

Round-trip tickets meanwhile to selected international destinations were likewise reduced - Manila to Bali - $376; Bangkok - $319; Beijing - $380; New Delhi - $718; Fukuoka - $546; Guam - $396; Ho Chi Minh - $300; Hong Kong, Macau & Taipei - $240; Jakarta - $342; Melbourne - $837; Nagoya - $565; Osaka - $525; Shanghai - $370; Singapore $305; Sydney - $856; Tokyo - $566; Xiamen - $270; and Cebu-Tokyo $670.

Special fares for US and Canada flights are also available. The promo tickets are all for economy class and must be used between June 13 and September 30, 2012, except those for Guam which are valid between August 16, 2012 and December 15, 2012.

The promo fares are inclusive of government taxes, fees and surcharges except ticketing service and terminal fees. The promo tickets may be bought from May 18 until May 22, 2012 at any PAL ticket office, the PAL website or any PAL accredited travel agent.

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