Mon. Apr 22nd, 2024

    Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced on Thursday that it will resume daily flights between Manila and Tuguegarao City starting October 29, 2023, after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The flag carrier said the new route will offer convenient mid-morning schedules linking Cagayan Province and the Cagayan Valley region to Metro Manila, with connections beyond Manila to other points in PAL’s domestic and international network.

    The Manila-Tuguegarao-Manila flights will operate every day with the following schedules:

    • PR 2014 Manila-Tuguegarao – Daily, departing MNL at 09:05 AM, arriving in TUG at 10:10 AM
    • PR 2015 Tuguegarao-Manila – Daily, departing TUG at 10:50 AM, arriving in MNL at 11:50 AM

    PAL said the flights will use its modern Airbus A320 aircraft, which can accommodate up to 156 passengers in a two-class configuration.

    The airline also assured its passengers that it will implement strict health and safety protocols on board and on the ground, in compliance with the guidelines of the Philippine government and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

    Passengers who wish to book their flights can visit PAL’s website [], the PAL mobile app, or connect 24/7 via the following PAL Channels:

    • Hotline (+632) 8539-0000 / (+632) 8855-8888
    • Philippines Mobile – (+63) 919-056-2255
    • Messenger: []
    • Viber: Search for Philippine Airlines
    • WhatsApp: Add them as a new contact (+63) 998-951-4359
    • myPAL Web Chat: []

    Passengers can also get in touch with their preferred travel agents.

    PAL thanked its loyal customers for their continued support and patronage, and expressed its hope to serve them again soon.


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