MANILA - Philippine Airlines on Monday urged passengers to allot more time going to the terminals as heavy traffic is expected due to the upcoming holidays.
A large volume of passengers is expected from Oct. 26 to Nov. 4 as Filipinos travel to the provinces during All Saints Day and All Souls Day, PAL said in an advisory.
To avoid inconvenience, passengers were advised to check in via web, mobile or airport kiosks (available in Terminal 2, Terminal 3, Cebu and Bangkok Airport Terminals) to avoid long lines, the flag carrier said.
Passengers were also encouraged to check flight details and terminal assignments before leaving for the airport.
The airline said it will be giving free Filipino-inspired refreshments for passengers departing from NAIA Terminal 3 and Clark International Airport from Oct. 26 to Oct. 31.