Philippine Airlines flight schedule adjusted to accommodate the traditional influx of holiday travelers.
Weekly frequencies on certain trans-Pacific and two domestic routes were increased while flights to Australia, Guam and several regional destinations were upgraded to bigger aircraft.
A total of eight charter and two extra flights are also on the Philippine Airlines flight schedule on various dates.
The frequencies to Vancouver, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Sydney and Melbourne have been increased by one to two more flights per week, while two to three weekly flights were added to Singapore and Bangkok.
Meanwhile, Boracay-bound passengers will find the thrice-a-day flights to Kalibo increased to 29 flights a week. PAL also hiked the daily service to Butuan to 11 times a week.
Due to heavy passenger demand, Philippine Airlines flight schedule is launching special charter flights on the following routes and dates:Taipei-Kalibo-Taipei : Dec. 16, 2009 to March 27, 2010Cebu-Incheon (South Korea) – Cebu : Dec. 24, 2009 onwardsManila-Kansai (Japan) – Cebu-Manila : Dec. 30, 2009Manila-Cebu-Kansai-Manila : Jan. 3, 2010Manila-Haneda (Japan) – Cebu : Dec. 30, 2009-12-16Cebu-Haneda-Manila : Dec. Jan 2, 2010Cebu-Narita-Cebu : Jan. 4, 2010Cebu-Narita-Manila : Jan. 8, 2010.
To accommodate more passengers, PAL will use bigger aircraft on the following flights:Melbourne-Sydney on Dec. 18-19 (B747-400)Guam on Dec. 18-19, Jan. 2-3 (A330)Singapore on Jan. 2 & 3 (A330)Hong Kong on Dec. 20, 26, Jan. 2 & 3 (B747, A330 & B777-300ER)Macau on Dec. 20 & Jan. 3 (A330)Bangkok on Dec 26, 29, 30 & Jan. 3 (B747-400).
For details about the Philippine Airlines flight schedule, passengers may check the revised schedules online at www.philippineairlines.com or call PAL Reservations at Manila through telephone (02)855-8888, in Cebu through (032) 340-0191, and in Davao through (082) 222-0366.