Philippine Airlines offers ‘fly all you can’ pass

Good News for Travel Bloggers and frequent travelers!! Philippine Airlines is offering a “Fly All You Can” pass, which allows each traveler to fly as many times as they want to 2 domestic destinations and 11 international destinations. Starting today till July 13, 2012, you can buy Fly All You Can pass for as low as $316 for economy class and $1,318 for business class.

Mabuhay Class of Philippine Airlines
Mabuhay Class of Philippine Airlines

The destinations included on the Fly All You Can pass are Cebu and Davao or from Manila to Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei, Singapore, Bangkok, Saigon, Jakarta, Beijing, Shanghai, Bali and Xiamen.

For this promotion, tickets must be used within eight weeks from date of first travel or on/before December 10, 2012.

Front the date the pass was bought, traveler should convert it into any number of tickets to any of the designated destinations within a month of buying the pass. The pass can be used to the same local or international destinations more than once.

The price of the pass does not include government taxes, fees and surcharges. Taxes depend on the destination.

Travelers using the Fly All You Can pass can also get special flight discounts by as much as $100 on flights to Philippine Airlines other international destinations like Sydney, Melbourne, Tokyo, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Osaka and New Delhi.

The Fly All You Can pass is available for purchase at PAL ticket office in the Philippines, online (, PAL Reservations (855-8888) or any Philippine-based travel agent accredited by PAL.

About Philippine Airlines

Philippine Airlines, Inc. also known as PAL is a flag carrier of the Philippines. PAL was founded in 1941 and is considered as the first and oldest commercial airline in Asia operating under its original name.

Formerly one of the largest Asian airlines, Philippine Airlines is the only airline in the Philippines to be accredited with the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Philippine Airlines carried more than 9 million passengers during the 2010-2011 period.

On July 31, 1946, PAL became the first Asian airline to cross the Pacific Ocean when a chartered Douglas DC-4 ferried 40 American servicemen to Oakland, California from Nielson Airport with stops in Guam, Wake Island, Johnston Atoll and Honolulu.

A regular service between Manila and San Francisco was started in December the same year. In 1946, Philippine Airlines was designated as the country’s flag carrier.

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  1. trish uy says

    its so tempting to buy and explore the philippines, is it available for Singaporeans?

  2. Adelle says

    this is great news indeed! $316 is not a bad price for economy class, not bad at all!

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