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The resignation of Amando Tetangco Jr and Estelito Mendoza will be taken up in the Philippine Airlines' next board of directors meeting, according to the company's corporate secretary
(UPDATED) 'All 342 passengers and 18 crew members are safe and were able to disembark from the airplane using regular airstairs,' says Philippine Airlines
Lucio 'Bong' Tan Jr dies at 53, just days after collapsing during a basketball game
(UPDATED) Gilbert Sta Maria cites personal reasons for the departure, but remains to be the president of the operating arm of the flagship carrier
Ricky Isla takes the lead as AirAsia Philippines plans to go public in 2019
BPO industry leader Gilbert Santa Maria is a personal choice of Philippine Airlines chairman Lucio Tan to head the flag carrier
Vivienne Tan's appointment as Philippine Airlines officer-in-charge comes as the flag carrier accepts the retirement of Jaime Bautista as president and chief operating officer
Blacklisted Chinese man Zhijian Xu, also known as Jacky Co, escapes through NAIA, baffling police chief-turned-senator Panfilo Lacson
(UPDATED) Labor groups argue that some 'strong' provisions in the House version of the anti-contractualization bill should have made it to the measure's final version
Philippine Airlines says its flights to and from Clark for April 24 will remain canceled though airport operations are expected to resume within the day
Philippine Airlines says 'these operational adjustments are being carried out to help minimize passenger congestion'
The current 30 MB data allocation doubles the 15MB limit which began in 2017
Philippine Airlines says it is still in talks with ANA Holdings and could reach a final agreement by March
Philippine Airlines is having a promo from March 1 to March 10
Flag-carrier Philippine Airlines will be flying sport leaders from the 10 other participating countries in the 2019 SEA Games to Manila
Philippine Airlines says the shares will be acquired from Trustmark Holdings Corporation, which is owned by Lucio Tan's family
Philippine Airlines says there is 'no definite agreement' yet with any firm, but maintains that it has 'always been open to the possibility of a strategic investor'
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The Philippine flag carrier will launch flights from Manila to Phnom Penh in Cambodia and Hanoi in Vietnam this summer
It's their way to honor the sacrifices of our OFWs and their families longing to spend the holidays with them in the Philippines
The ferry service seeks to provide seamless travel from the Kalibo International Airport to Boracay
Philipine Airlines says in its advisory it is anticipating further disruptions to flights to and from Kansai as Typhoon Jebi batters Osaka
(UPDATED) Typhoon Jebi causes the temporary closure of Kansai International Airport, disrupting a number of flights to and from it
Two chief justice applicants change their votes to hand Philippine Airlines a victory. A dissenter says it besmirches the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.
All 113 adults, 2 infants, and 6 flight crew aboard the Philippine Airlines plane are safe
Typhoon Shanshan is heading for Japan, prompting the cancellation of certain flights on Wednesday, August 8, and Thursday, August 9
A 20-page decision from Associate Justice Jhosep Lopez reverses the decision of the Makati regional trial court that says that an earlier retirement age for the female flight attendants is discriminatory
Philippine Airlines also says that starting October 28 this year, regular flights will also be launched from Clark to San Vicente in Northern Palawan, Cauayan in Isabela, and San Jose in Mindoro
It is one of the 21 A321neos PAL is getting from Airbus, and will be deployed across the Asia-Pacific region
'We hope that rehabilitation work will be done efficiently to minimize the impact [of the closure],' the Boracay Foundation, Incorporated says in a statement
Philippine Airlines president Jaime Bautista says introducing new routes to India is the airline's response to the call of Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo for a direct link to the country – a potentially rich source of future tourists for the Philippines
‘They are strategic investors, so they can be part of the board, they can help us develop certain markets,’ says PAL president Jaime Bautista
As the government rehabilitates Boracay, airlines that have canceled flights to the island are expected to entice travelers to consider other destinations, including those in Mindanao
Philippine Airlines says 'the ongoing slowdown in OFW travel to Kuwait has made regular operations economically unsustainable'
Check out the new terminal assignments being planned for airlines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, which could take effect by September this year
Philippine Airlines says the IATA Operational Safety Audit 'is recognized as the gold standard in airline safety assessments'
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FASAP says a senior flight attendant with a spotless record was retrenched due to a post-pregnancy leave from work
The Supreme Court en banc's March 2018 decision on a retrenchment case favors Philippine Airlines and sets aside two earlier rulings favoring flight attendants
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The Supreme Court en banc affirms a 2006 Court of Appeals decision that says Philippine Airlines doesn't have to consult FASAP for its criteria for its retrenchment program
The flag carrier boosts its flights to the two Australian cities, citing high demand
The new route will fly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays
This comes after a consortium affiliated with the flag carrier formalized a plan to upgrade and operate the Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Philippine Airlines, which is undertaking a $2-billion fleet modernization program, says it will consider Airbus' latest wide-body jet
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After PAL provides planes for OFWs, President Rodrigo Duterte tells tycoon Lucio Tan: 'I am going to shut up forever. Okay na sa akin, tapos na.'
(UPDATED) Philippine Airlines also says it is waiting for the Civil Aeronautics Board to decide on its petition for a fuel surcharge
The Philippine flag carrier earns the rating upgrade from London-based Skytrax after an extensive audit of its in-flight and on-ground services. It joins 40 other airlines on the list.