Travel More For Less With PAL's Everyday Low Fares
Clark to Bohol for just P988!
(SPOT.ph) Philippine Airlines, the country’s first and only 4-Star airline as rated by global air transport rating authority, Skytrax, now offers lower fares and more value for money when flying around the Philippines. PAL’s everyday low fares makes local travel more accessible from the inter-domestic travel hubs of Clark, Cebu, and Davao.
Passengers can avail of affordable, economy basic one-way base fares and fly out from Clark for as low as P888, from Cebu for as low as P488, and from Davao for as low as P988. These flights come with PAL’s full-service perks: in-flight snacks, drinks, and the airline's signature heartfelt service.
Local travel is made affordable with PAL's everyday low fares. Imagine the pristine waters of White Island in Camiguin—getting there will only cost you P988 flying from Cebu. Or a relaxing beach trip to Naga; from Clark, that's just P988 out of your pocket. And how about finally visiting the iconic chocolate hills of Bohol? You only have to spend P1,088 when you fly out from Davao.
PAL is making more use of airports aside from NAIA, which makes travel for more Filipinos living outside of Metro Manila more accessible. From Clark, the route network is 14 domestic destinations, out of Cebu it is 18, and from Davao there are 6, where PAL will launch four times weekly flights from Davao to Siargao.
Now there's no excuse to get out and explore these islands. Make this the year you discover the Philippines.