New PAL travel pass offers ‘unli’ domestic flights
Following the success of its Fly-All-You-Can pass for its Asian regional flights recently, Philippine Airlines (PAL) is extending the unlimited travel concept to its domestic services in a new promotion offering major savings and a host of perks.
Dubbed “Domestic Unli Flights,” the promo features a travel pass good for eight weeks that converts to an unlimited number of tickets to any of PAL’s 19 destinations in the Philippines.
The pass is sold for only P7,100 for Fiesta Class (economy) and P27,100 for Mabuhay Class (business) service during a limited period – August 1 to 8, 2012.
The pass fare does not include government fees, taxes and surcharges, which vary according to the destination.
Despite the bargain-basement rates, the pass does not scrimp on passenger benefits that only a full-service carrier like PAL offers.
Fiesta Class passengers enjoy free check-in baggage allowance, in-flight snacks or meals, exclusive amenities, more legroom and the opportunity to earn miles under the Mabuhay Miles frequent-flyer program.
Mabuhay Class passengers enjoy more premiums on the ground and inflight, including priority check-in and baggage handling, access to exclusive Mabuhay Lounges at major domestic airports, and gourmet meals, plush seats and all the amenities of the Mabuhay Class cabin.
Travel under the “unli” pass is restricted from August 8 to December 10, 2012. The pass is valid for eight weeks from the first travel date and all travel must be completed by December 10, 2012, whichever comes first. Travel on certain dates is restricted.
Covered by the promo are PAL flights between Manila and Laoag, Legazpi, Puerto Princesa, Bacolod, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Roxas, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, General Santos and Zamboanga.
Pass holders can fly to the same city more than once. Unlimited transfers in Manila are allowed.
The “Domestic Unli Flights” pass is available at any PAL ticket office and contact center, accredited domestic ticketing agent or via the PAL web site.