How to Book Travel on Philippine Airlines

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Tourists can choose from more than 50 reasonably priced domestic and international flights when they book travel on Philippine Airlines, Asia's oldest airline. Follow these steps to reserve your ticket.

Book Travel on Philippine Airlines

  • Call the reservations line at (800) I-FLY-PAL. Or visit the Philippine Airlines Web site (see the Resources section below) and click "Online Booking." Select round trip, one-way or multi-stop. Fill in your departure and arrival cities, dates of travel and number of travelers, and then click "Next."

  • Select the flight you prefer, and click "Check Fare." Review flights and rates, and if they meet your needs, choose "Continue."

  • Type in your personal information and any special meal requests. Click "Continue."

  • Examine the trip summary and information. If everything looks satisfactory, choose "Continue."

  • Select the method of payment to finalize your booking (Visa or MasterCard). Fill in the required information, click "Pay Now" and print out your confirmation summary.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you book travel on Philippine Airlines on a route that is eligible for e-ticket travel, they will issue you an e-ticket via e-mail. Print it out and provide it upon arrival at the airport along with a valid photo ID to get past security.
  • Book online to access Philippine Airlines' special Web fares.
  • If you're a first-class passenger, part of a tour group or a Mabuhay frequent flyer, you can check in up to 24 hours before departure.
  • For passengers with a Flying Sportsman Card, Philippine Airlines provides an extra baggage allowance for sports equipment--including bowling balls, golf clubs and scuba gear--at no additional fee.
  • Keep track of your visa status and follow all immigration laws and regulations. Philippine immigration can levy both fines and detention for certain infractions. When leaving the country, travelers must have Philippine pesos to pay the passenger service charges. For any questions on entrance and exit requirements, contact the Philippines embassy.
  • Don't mix up your confirmation page with your official e-ticket receipt--these are not the same thing. You receive your receipt by e-mail after you complete your purchase.
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