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29
May

Martial rule feared to affect PAL plans

on Monday, 29 May 2017 00:13.

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By Miguel R. Camus | Philippine Daily Inquirer

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines is working to avert a possible snag in its intention to take in a foreign airline investor and partner this year after President Duterte declared martial law in Mindanao last week.

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29
May

PAL aims to become 4-star airline this year

on Monday, 29 May 2017 00:04.

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PHILIPPINE AIRLINES (PAL) is aiming to become a four-star airline this year, bringing it closer to its target to join the ranks of five-star carriers by 2020.

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26
May

PAL, Cebu Pacific offer refund, rebooking for Mindanao flights

on Friday, 26 May 2017 00:51.

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By Jeannette I. Andrade | Philippine Daily Inquirer

The country’s top airlines have offered to refund or rebook tickets of passengers who may have reconsidered traveling to Mindanao in the light of the declaration of martial law.

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26
May

PAL expects lower revenues this year

on Friday, 26 May 2017 00:54.

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By Louella Desiderio | The Philippine Star

In a press briefing following the flag carrier’s annual stockholders’ meeting yesterday, PAL president and chief operating officer Jaime Bautista said putting Mindanao under military rule may lead to a reduction in revenue this year.

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26
May

PAL feels pinch of Mindanao issues

on Friday, 26 May 2017 00:50.

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By Miguel R. Camus | Philippine Daily Inquirer

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines is bracing for fresh challenges in 2017, as it deals with potential lower traffic following the declaration of martial law in Mindanao apart from fierce competition and the higher cost of fuel, for which cost-savings measures are already being implemented.