PAL Goes 'Cashless' for Cargo Transactions

18 May 2021

PAL Goes 'Cashless' for Cargo, Ticket Office, Airport Transactions

Philippine Airlines  recently introduced a new "cashless" payment method that makes it more convenient for PAL customers to pay for their cargo, ticket office and airport check-in transactions.


Starting this month, all direct PAL cargo, ticket office and airport counter transactions now accept payments via GCash and PayMaya.


This over-the-counter payment option allows cargo shippers to scan a QR code and pay with their GCash or PayMaya accounts.


Passengers who book their tickets at PAL's ticketing offices nationwide stand to benefit from the safety, convenience and ease of paying for their tickets via these cashless modes of payment.


GCash and PayMaya can also be used as payment for Manila and Cebu airport check-in transactions such as Excess Baggage, Service Class upgrades, Choice Seats, Check-in of Allowed Animals, Security Risk Items, and other ancillary products


PayMaya is available nationwide, while GCash is currently available only in Manila and Cebu. The GCash payment method can be used nationwide by May 24, 2021.


PAL has 40 ticketing offices nationwide to serve the needs of its customers who wish to carry out face-to-face transactions.


PAL offers cargo services on its network of flights to 29 domestic points and 32 destinations in Asia, North America, Australia and the Middle East. The flag carrier also operates occasional all-cargo flights on select overseas routes to transport vital shipments including life-saving vaccines, medical equipment and other important supplies.


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