Articles tagged “Philippine Airlines”

Airlines

Dubai’s Airport Beat Pre-Pandemic Passenger Numbers in First Half of 2023

Dubai Airport has surpassed pre-pandemic levels during the initial half of 2023. However, its projection for the entire year still falls slightly short of 2019 numbers. Call it "cautious optimism."

Dubai’s Airport Beat Pre-Pandemic Passenger Numbers in First Half of 2023

Airline Weekly

Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Have Switched Roles

For years, the Philippines featured a classic airline narrative: A bright young low-cost carrier making life miserable for a stodgy old money-losing legacy carrier. Now the roles have switched.

Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific Have Switched Roles

Airlines

Frontier-Spirit to Join Forces and More Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Spirit Airlines and Frontier Airlines unveil plans to merge in a massive deal, Philippines Airlines makes a tumultuous leadership change, and European officials implement new metrics for measuring tourism success.

Frontier-Spirit to Join Forces and More Top Travel Stories This Week

Airlines

Philippine Airlines Fresh From Bankruptcy Descends Right Back Into Tumult

Philippine Airlines has finally exited from Chapter 11, with debts erased and new capital infused. But will these be enough to keep it flying with clearly too many pilots in its cockpit?

Philippine Airlines Fresh From Bankruptcy Descends Right Back Into Tumult

Airline Weekly

Philippine Airlines to End New York, Toronto Flights Under Restructuring Plan

Bankrupt Philippine Airlines will end service to New York and Toronto as part of a rejigging of its route map under a restructuring plan it filed with a U.S. bankruptcy court on Thursday.

Philippine Airlines to End New York, Toronto Flights Under Restructuring Plan

Airline Weekly

Philippine Airlines Aims for Pre-Packaged 6-Month Bankruptcy Restructuring

Philippine Airlines Aims for Pre-Packaged 6-Month Bankruptcy Restructuring

Tourism

Inside the 5 Families Who Hold a Tight Grip on Philippines Tourism

A handful of families in the Philippines controls 70 percent of the country's tourism industry, owning key travel infrastructure such as airlines, hotels, resorts, shopping malls, and tourist attractions. Is that tight control a formula for future success?

Tourism

Lessons From a Destination’s Crisis Recovery in Asia

It's understandable that Sri Lanka wants arrivals to return to pre-Easter bombing levels soonest. The challenge is knowing what measures are needed, amid the sense of urgency that can cloud the mind.

Lessons From a Destination’s Crisis Recovery in Asia

Airlines

New Philippine Airlines President Will Battle Budget Carriers’ Agility

No doubt Philippine Airlines' call centers will be more cost-efficient and friendly, given its new president's extensive background on this. But it will take more than that to beat those agile low-cost carriers.

New Philippine Airlines President Will Battle Budget Carriers’ Agility

Airlines

Philippine Airlines Makes an About-Face on New Leadership

This is quite a communications blunder. A premature announcement of a leadership change last week had to be corrected after the PAL board met Monday. In short, the PAL chairman's daughter, Vivienne Tan, won't be leading the airline after all. Maybe someday.