Philippine Airlines has informed passengers that
they may be subject to additional security screening in Manila.
The increased security has been implemented
after the governments of Australia, New Zealand, UK and US
stipulated that all connecting passengers bound for
their countries must undergo additional security screening in
For compliance, an additional screening
procedure for checked-in baggage will be conducted in
Manila for all connecting passengers with flights out of Manila to
London, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland and the US -
including Guam and Honolulu.
Upon arrival in Manila, passengers
will be assisted by Philippine Airlines' staff to the
designated security screening checkpoint at NAIA Terminal (1 or
2) for screening of the checked-in baggage.
completing the screening, passengers then proceed to the terminal's
international departure area.
Only checked-in baggage
subject to additional security screening in the presence of its
owner shall be loaded on the next flight.
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