Philippine Airlines (PAL) told AFP it would temporarily slash flight frequencies over the next two months as part of a cost-saving program that would also eliminate 2,600 jobs. According to AFP, 11 flights to Hong Kong, Bangkok, New Delhi, Macau, Singapore, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Guam, Sydney, Melbourne and Incheon would be affected from Oct. 1, or 12% of the international network. Locally, 30% of flights would be suspended as catering, ground-handling and call center reservations are ...

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