PAL reverts 6 more flights to its main hub at NAIA 2

November 9, 2011 10:38 pm 

MANILA, Nov. 9 — Forty-two days after some of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) flights were relocated to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 (NAIA 3) in the wake of its outsourcing program, the flag carrier reverts back six more flights to its main hub at Naia 2 starting on Thursday

October 1, 2011 was the start of the transition phase of the spin off program covering three non-core units, namely: Airport Services, Inflight Catering and Reservations.

Effective today, the following flights will be operating at Naia 2: PR391/PR392, Manila-Tacloban-Manila; PR187/PR188 Manila-Cagayan de Oro-Manila; and PR393/394, Manila-Tacloban-Manila.

The three outbound and three inbound flights comprise the latest batch of flights which will operate anew in T2.

According to Pal Spokesperson Cielo Villaluna, more flights are expected to follow suit and revert back to T2 as service providers gradually meet manpower requirements.

Meanwhile, the following 18 flights will remain in T3 until further notice.

These are flights to and from Zamboanga (two flights); Ozamis, Bacolod (three flights); Dumaguete (two flights) and Dipolog.

Those leaving from Naia 3 in the morning are namely: PR123, PR291, PR163, PR167, PR133 which are checked in at island C (counters C06 to C14).

PAL's afternoon flights in the same terminal, are namely: PR293, PR157, PR125, PR135) which are checked in at island A (counters A17 to A23). (PNA)



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