MANILA, PHILIPPINES — PAL Holdings, Inc., with a trading name of Philippine Airlines (PAL), has an available seat sale with seats amounting to 5 million at a lower price. Today, PAL just announced the extension of their sale from March 22 to 28, 2022!
The seat sale addresses an increasing number of people who plan to have their revenge travel after experiencing a two-year lockdown.
There is an announcement for an anniversary seat sale on the airlines’ website, saying:
“Don’t miss out once the world opens and book your flights with Philippine Airlines’ Anniversary Seat Sale.”
Details and inclusions are also on their website.
For domestic flights, travelers may enjoy unlimited rebooking, free inflight snack, and advance seat selection. On the other hand, travelers booking for international flights may also enjoy unlimited rebooking, free inflight meal, and free baggage allowance.
Philippine Airlines’ P181 seat sale is an anniversary promo of the 81st anniversary of the airline. The ongoing sale is set to last from March 15 and will run until March 21 of year 2022. However, due to demand, PAL decided to extend the promo from March 22 to 28.
The domestic flights are available and offered for as low as P181. Likewise, international flights are also available for as low as 81 US dollars for travel on or after June 1, 2022.
PAL’s list of domestic destinations includes Batanes, Siargao, Dumaguete, Boracay, Coron, Bacolod,Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, and more.
Meanwhile, its list of international destinations includes Honolulu, San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Bangkok, Singapore, and Dubai.
The airline also offers Hiraya Flight Pass, a flight pass available for customers’ customization according to their flight preference. Hiraya Flight Pass enables people to take flights up to 50 to various domestic destinations within a given time.
It’s an offer with a great opportunity to people who are planning to have revenge travel this year to make up for the two-year lockdown due to the pandemic.
The seat sale flights and the Hiraya Flight Pass are now available via the PAL website. – WhatALife!