Philippine Airlines has appointed APG as its
representative in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Czech Republic,
Slovenia, Switzerland, Finland, Lebanon, Jordan, Cyprus, Turkey,
Germany, France, Spain, Portugal and Israel.
Under the agreement, APG will provide full sales
and marketing services as well as customer support, ticketing and
Philippine Airlines has also chosen APG to
provide IBCS services in several countries which will open up
ticketing on Philippine Airlines in a further 20 BSPs globally.
Philippine Airlines, Asia’s first and oldest
commercial airline recently regained its right to fly to the
European Union which will spur tourism and business links.
airline also resumed its services between the UAE and Philippines
after several years of absence, with 5 times a week direct
services to Abu Dhabi from Manila as of 1 October using its new
Airbus A330-300 aircraft. Four other routes to cities in the
will be opened in the coming months – Dubai, Doha, Riyadh and
The scheduled carrier started non-stop flights
to London Heathrow on the 4 November.
Philippine Airlines operates a fleet of 67
aircraft to 39 destinations worldwide and has a further 62
aircraft on order. The airline has significant expansion plans
over the next five years.
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