Philippine Airlines adds Kuala Lumpur to network, expands Bali flights

Philippine Airlines adds Kuala Lumpur to network, expands Bali flights

Philippine Airlines is further expanding its route network with the introduction of twice daily flights from Manila to Kuala Lumpur from 25th June 2017.The new Airbus A321 service to the Malaysian capital means its shimmering skyscrapers, colonial architecture and numerous natural attractions is now well within reach for PAL’s guests.

PR525 departs Manila at 07:25 and arrives in Kuala Lumpur at 11:00 local time, with the return flight  PR526 departing Kuala Lumpur at 12:10 and arriving in Manila at 15:50.

PR527 departs Manila at 13:20 and arrives in Kuala Lumpur at 16:55 local time, with the return flight PR528 departing Kuala Lumpur at 17:55 and arriing in Manila at 21:35.

Service will also be expanded on the Manila – Denpasar (Bali) route, with the addition of a 7th weekly flight from 26th March 2017 operated by an Airbus A320. PAL’s increased capacity to Bali means it’s now easier than ever to reach its stunning Seminyak, Kuta and Nusa Dua beaches plus beautiful Ubud and Lombok Island.

Scheduled flight times for PR537 (departing Manila at 20:40 and arriving in Denpasar at 00:40 local time) and the return flight PR538 (departing Denpasar at 01:30 and arriving in Manila at 05:25).

Philippine Airlines offers its guests a free stopover in Manila, including a hotel stay, for flights with a connection time of 8 hours or more. Exclusions apply, contact uksales@pal.com.ph for full details.

About Philippine Airlines

Philippine Airlines, Asia’s first airline and the country’s flag carrier, operates an extensive route network of 43 international destinations spanning across Asia, Australia, Oceania, the Middle East, Europe and North America. Daily non-stop flights from London Heathrow Terminal 3 to Manila connect our guests to 30 domestic destinations in the Philippines and beyond.

PAL’s trend-setting service on ground and inflight continues to set the standard of excellence in airline service. PAL keeps in step with technological advancements to maintain those standards, such as acquiring the latest aircraft types with cabins equipped with luxurious amenities.

Today, the PAL fleet consists of 80 aircraft – Boeing 777-300ER, Airbus A340, A330, A321, Bombardier Q400 and Q300. PAL is the first Philippine-based carrier certified safe by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), and only airline with Business Class in domestic service.

In 2016, PAL crafted a new corporate vision – to be a five-star airline. In support of this goal, a new brand philosophy was unveiled, embodying warm and caring service that can only come from the Heart of the Filipino. This new brand equity projects PAL as the showcase of the best of Filipinos.