Philippine Airlines (PAL) is relaunching its top routes to mainland China with the opening of direct flights to Shanghai (Pudong) on February 14 and Beijing on February 21.
Both destinations join Xiamen and Guangzhou (Canton) in the roster of PAL’s mainland Chinese destinations.
The airlines’ Manila-Shanghai-Manila service will operate initially with three flights per week from February 14, then increase to daily flights from March 26.
Starting February 21, Beijing services will depart every Tuesday and Friday.
In addition, PAL is increasing its Manila-Xiamen-Manila flights from once weekly to thrice weekly starting from February 25; and its Manila-Guangzhou-Manila services from once to twice weekly starting February 16, progressively adding frequencies to reach a full daily service by March 26.
In March, PAL will offer flights to Jinjiang on March 19, 22 and 24, then increase to daily flights from March 26; while twice weekly regular flights between Manila and Macau will be restored from March 26.