Panglao, here we come!

Sun.Star Davao - - CHILL! -

Now get­ting to one of the coun­try’s top beach des­ti­na­tions from Davao is has­sle-free. No con­nect­ing flights or boat rides and wait­ing time in be­tween.

It’s a sin­gle and short plane ride from Durian City to Tar­sier Land on board Philippine Air­lines.

Hop on and hop off PAL's next-gen­er­a­tion, 86-seater Bom­bardier Q400, the world's first tur­bo­prop with premium econ­omy seats and fea­tures the most quiet cabin com­pa­ra­ble to jet air­craft.

The first flight to Tag­bi­la­ran took off the Davao In­ter­na­tional Air­port run­way on Novem­ber 1st. The flight fre­quency will be four times a week, leav­ing Davao at 12:05 noon of Mon­day, Wed­nes­day, Fri­day, Sun­day.

Open­ing the new route is part of the flag car­rier’s do­mes­tic route ex­pan­sion pro­gram from Min­danao and the re-de­vel­op­ment of Davao as an­other hub of PAL op­er­a­tions.

Join­ing Tag­bi­la­ran on PAL’s ros­ter of new routes from Davao are Ca­gayan de Oro and Zam­boanga.

PAL will fly daily from Davao to CDO de­part­ing at 10:40 a.m. Zam­boanga ser­vice will op­er­ate ev­ery Tues­day, Thurs­day and Satur­day de­part­ing Davao at 12:05 noon.

This De­cem­ber, the flag car­rier will in­tro­duce more new in­ter-is­land routes to en­able hol­i­day trav­el­ers con­ve­nient di­rect flights to their des­ti­na­tions with­out pass­ing through Manila.

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