As I make this post edit on December 30, 2013, the Philippine Airlines website (www1.philippineairlines.com) says the following:
PAL flies between Manila and Singapore four times a day. PAL also flies between Jakarta and Singapore four times a week.
More flights may be added depending on market requirement.
PAL also offers a Swingaround Singapore tour package.
Travel guide for Singapore is readily downloadable for your use.
Unfortunately, their own link to any tour packages (http://palholidays.flypalexpress.com/) was no longer valid. I did, however, locate an entirely different webpage for the Singapore tour package: http://www1.philippineairlines.com/travel-planner/tours-and-hotel-packages/manila-singapore. But any downloadable Singapore travel guide? There’s no trace of one that I can find.
Also — you’ll note that in one of the websites I refer to below, the airline is supposed to have increased its daily Manila to Singapore flights to six (from four) as of December 16, 2013. Perhaps that is just a Christmas Season increase, though, and will not last.
Anyway, here are some various Philippine Airlines-related articles and other references:
ABBEY: The flight going back to Singapore last November 24 is my first international travel on board Philippine Airlines. It was a good trip. Flight attendants gave warm welcome to the passengers, distributed headphones and …
Publish Date: 12/26/2013 19:11
The airline operated four weekly flights between Darwin and Manila that continued onto Tokyo. As of next year, however, passengers wishing to travel to the Philippines on Jetstar from Australia will now have to route through Singapore to …
Publish Date: 12/16/2013 16:42
According to Stephen Moynihan, a spokesperson for Jetstar Australia, passengers wishing to travel to the Philippines on Jetstar from Australia will now have to route through Singapore to board the Jetstar Asia service to …
Publish Date: 12/14/2013 2:45
Review of Philippine Airlines (PAL) Airbus A340-300 flight from Manila, Philippines to Singapore. The Centennial Terminal 2 of Ninoy Aquino International Air… Be Sociable, Share! Tweet …
Publish Date: 12/08/2013 2:40
Philippine Airlines Boosts Singapore Operation from mid-Dec 2013. Posted 04 November 2013 06:28. Update at 0500GMT 04NOV13 Philippine Airlines from 16DEC13 is increasing operations on Manila – Singapore service, where it’ll …
Publish Date: 11/03/2013 22:28
Leslie, may i know how you would compare the business class of singapore airlines with philippine airlines? i know that singapore airline is more superior but id like to hear how you would compare the 2. we are choising bet …
Publish Date: 10/22/2013 9:00
From December 16, services between Manila and Singapore will increase slightly to accommodate the increased number of overseas Filipino workers travelling home to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s. Philippine …
Publish Date: 11/05/2013 3:25
Passengers in the Northern territory wishing to travel to Manila and Tokyo on Jetstar would now have to fly to Singapore and connect with a Jetstar Asia service to Japan and the Philippine capital. Jetstar and Philippine Airlines (PAL) operates four weekly flights between Darwin and Manila with the former enjoying fifth freedom traffic rights to Japan, and is flying to Tokyo. But Philippine Airlines‘ decision to launch flights to Darwin last June onwards to Brisbane and …
Publish Date: 12/09/2013 16:41
Philippine Airlines has indicated that it would like to begin direct service between Manila and Paris pending the establishment of an updated air agreement. “Europe is a big market, and we want to resume flying to it … In terms of neighbouring Singapore, the Philippines is seeking to expand seat entitlements with the nation as Singapore is a major market for the Philippines and one of the largest in terms of seat entitlements. The Philippines currently holds 43,487 seat …
Publish Date: 12/14/2013 3:14
… Tiger Airways No comments. TigerAir Philippines has revealed that it will be reinstating its flights between Manila and Davao beginning on December 2 after the airline temporarily suspended the service earlier this year citing weaker performance compared to its other routes. … TigerAir Philippines is a member of the Singapore-based TigerAir group that is composed of TigerAir branded airlines in Singapore, Australia, and Indonesia. Email This BlogThis! Share to …
Publish Date: 10/20/2013 22:32
Restaurants, shopping centers and even a swimming pool (Singapore), one finds for example in Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur etc., but not so in Manila. The international airport in Manila however, is more like a prison, which you can … The oldest Terminal 1 handles all international flights of all international airlines. Terminal 2 is for Philippine Airlines (PAL) only and the newest Terminal 3 is for all other domestic airlines like Cebu Pacific and AirPhil Express.
Publish Date: 12/06/2013 0:31
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Publish Date: 10/17/2013 19:28
Approved Manila–Singapore flights still unallocated to RP carriers. By Lenie Lectura June 22, 2010. IT’S been a month since Singapore gave the Philippines additional flight entitlements, but the government has yet to allocate these to …
Publish Date: 06/21/2010 16:35
Seat capacity between Darwin and Southeast Asia has expanded by about 40% over the last year as three foreign carriers – Indonesia AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and Philippines Airlines (PAL) – have entered. Garuda Indonesia is also now … which launched services in 2012. Jetstar also operates three international routes from Darwin – Bali, Manila/Tokyo and Singapore – but is dropping Manila/Tokyo and slightly reducing capacity on Bali and Singapore.
Publish Date: 12/12/2013 16:30
Philippine Airlines A340-300 Flight Review: PR501 Manila to Singapore
FlightTravels Published on 2 Nov 2013
Review of Philippine Airlines (PAL) Airbus A340-300 flight from Manila, Philippines to Singapore.
The Centennial Terminal 2 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport, exclusive to Philippine Airlines flights, is simple and functional. There were several flights during that period, mostly to Japan (one of which was cancelled due to a typhoon hitting Japan).
It was a pleasant surprise to find out that my flight will be operated by the longhaul Airbus A340-300 aircraft as typically, the smaller narrowbody A320 aircraft is utilised on flights to Singapore.
Onboard, it was a full flight with a rather poor entertainment system. However, the cabin crew were friendly and the meal was enjoyable. It was a nice flight with Philippine Airlines.
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