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“FLY, SHOP AND SAVE” WITH PHILIPPINE AIRLINES AND DUTY FREE PHILIPPINES
PAL Pres& COO Capt. Stanley K. Ng (2nd from right) and Duty Free Philippines Corp. COO Vicente Angala seal the PAL-Duty Free PH partnership providing discounts to PAL passengers on various products sold in Duty Free shops in the NAIA terminals and other DFPC shops in Metro Manila. The Memorandum of Agreement - held at the DFPC Luxxe Store in Pasay - was witnessed by DFPC Deputy COO Bernardine Belmonte (leftmost) and PAL SVP / General Counsel Atty. Carlos Luis Fernandez.
Philippine Airlines and Duty Free Philippines Corporation have teamed up to offer exclusive discounts to PAL's international passengers arriving in the country.
Under this partnership, PAL passengers will be eligible for exclusive discounts at Duty Free Philippines stores upon presenting their PAL boarding pass.
• Shopping - on - arrival at Duty Free outlets in NAIA will give PAL travelers a 5% discount on their purchases.
• Within the next 48 hours from arrival, travelers may also shop at Duty Free's outlet in Fiesta Mall, Ninoy Aquino Avenue, Parañaque or at the Duty Free main outlet at Luxxe Building, Pacific Drive, Pasay and avail of a 10% discount on purchases.
• Overseas Filipino Workers may avail of these privileges within 15 days from arrival. Senior Citizens have within one year from arrival to avail of these discounts.
DFPC Chief Operating Officer Vicente Angala and PAL President Capt. Stanley Ng signed the Memorandum of Agreement at DFPC’s premier Luxe Duty Free store in Pasay recently.
"This partnership is part of our commitment to provide our passengers with an enhanced travel experience the moment they arrive in the country. We are confident that our passengers will appreciate this opportunity to enjoy exclusive discounts at Duty Free," said Capt.Stan.
DFPC COO Angala said, "Through this partnership, we hope to provide additional benefits for international travelers and strengthen both our companies and contribute to the growth of the country’s tourism industry.”