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Last updated: PH Local Time, December 11, 2020


BEFORE YOU FLY

 

1.       As early as 5 days prior to your departure, register and accomplish the Passenger Profile and Health Declaration (PPHD) Form and save the confirmation email and QR code. This is a two-step pre-registration and registration process. Click here to register: https://bit.ly/PALDomPPHD.

2.       Secure additional required documents, if any, of your destination’s Local Government Unit (LGU). Click the “BACK” button at the bottom of this page and choose your destination. As these requirements may change at short notice, the advisories are meant only as a guide.

 

3.       Please note that some LGUs require a negative rapid test, Antigen test, or RT-PCR test result before departure. Validity of these test results also vary depending on the LGU. Philippine Airlines has set up a testing facility and has partnered with accredited laboratory and testing facilities to provide PAL passengers exclusive and discounted testing fees and queueing priority: https://bit.ly/PALTestPartnersDom
 

To avail, contact and book an appointment with our testing partner, proceed to the testing facility and present your ID, PAL Ticket, and QR Code indicating completion of registration via the PAL Passenger Profile and Health Declaration Form. Pay and undergo the test and wait for the result of your test that will be sent via email.



       Note: The list of accredited testing partners may change without prior notice. Laboratory services provided by our testing partners are independent from 
       Philippine Airlines operations. PAL shall not be liable for any delay or mistake in the release of results.

 

4.       For passengers with stop overs in their flights, please register and secure required travel and health documents for all stop overs, until your final point of arrival. If there are any changes to your booking (change in flight date or number, change in destination, etc.) please register again to reflect the most updated information.

 

Note: Requirements may vary for repatriation and government-chartered flights.

 

AT THE AIRPORT

 

5.      For passengers departing from Manila, please proceed to the Documents Check Booth before entering the terminal. Our Documents Checker will scan your QR Code and assess the completeness and validity of your documents. You will receive a stamp indicating that you have complete and valid documents.

For passengers departing from other stations except Manila, please proceed to the check-in counter for our check-in agent to scan your QR Code and assess the completeness and validity of your documents. You will receive a stamp indicating that you have complete and valid documents.

6.       Help Desks are available for those without smart devices/phones. 

7.       Proceed to the check-in counter and check in for your flight.

 

UPON ARRIVAL AND GOING HOME

 

8.      When you arrive, please follow arrival and quarantine protocols set by the destination’s LGU. 

Note: If you are heading to another municipality, city, or province after your flight, please check the requirements of their respective LGUs.