Friday, 9 August 2013

Philippine Airlines will always be Philippines' Pride

We will miss PAL in domestic flights. What a great honor though our national carrier will be flying again in Paris London Rome and Amsterdam. More European tourists can experience our Filipino heritage on board. My loyalty to PAL dates back 12 years ago when I was the only Filipino hired to join an elite team of foreign consultants for its re-branding for its first class and business class up-gradation that now still carries the resort look in the cabin-- soft patterns of palm trees, rippling waves , soothing colors of sand, alluring holiday colors of the emerald Philippine seas, exotic local cuisine, neat Maria Clara-like images of FA's with their "pearl of the Orient Seas" accessories, colorful gumamela prints and great Filipino smile! Let Asia's fist airline carry our flag PROUD AND HIGH!
 THE LARGEST IN SOUTHEAST ASIA IS IN OUR COUNTRY. Members of the Philippine Airlines cabin crew wave at the entrance of a new A321-200 plane owned by Philippine Airlines in Pasay city, Metro Manila August 8, 2013. A Philippine Airlines statement said the aircraft is the first of 45 single-aisle A321s and 20 wide-body A330-300 that are set to arrive until 2019 as part of the airline's refleeting programme worth nearly $10 billion, the largest aircraft purchase in the Southeast Asian country. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)

1 comment:

  1. Given its long history and its firsts in Asia, we have many reasons to be proud of our carrier airline. I am actually excited about the prospect of a non-stop flight to any of those destinations. Maybe in Amsterdam next year - we'll see!

    Roly Manansala