Philippine Airlines operation back to normal

19:02, August 03, 2010      

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The operation of flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has returned to normal after it announced new flight schedules for three destinations previously affected by flight cancellations, its spokesperson said on Tuesday.

PAL Spokesperson Cielo Villaluna said PAL's average 160 domestic and international flights daily continue to operate normally and as scheduled.

Only one flight each to Iloilo, Bacolod and Cagayan de Oro have been rescheduled, while all other flights to these three provinces remain unchanged, she said.

"All flights continue as scheduled except those to and from Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro and Iloilo. Passengers booked on rescheduled flights are being advised accordingly to avoid any inconvenience or delays at the airport," she said.

With the new schedule, Villaluna said PAL customers still have a wide choice of convenient flight schedules to choose from in all PAL destinations.

PAL continues to have four flights a day each way between Manila and Iloilo, Bacolod and Cagayan de Oro, she said.

PAL cancelled at least 11 of its flights Saturday after a group of pilots resigned for higher-paying jobs abroad. The government has stepped in to resolve the dispute between PAL employees and management.

Source: Xinhua


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