How To Retrieve Philippine Airlines Itinerary

Upon receiving an email from PAL prompting me about a slight change in our Bangkok flight, I immediately went to their website to get my new itinerary. I have always been an OC person when it comes to my travel douments so needless to say, I wanted to print a new set of itinerary and not just the emailed advisory. After 30 minutes of browsing through the website and all its tabs, I figured that they do not have that kind of online feature. So I did my next best option and consulted Mr Google. Good enough, there are travellers on tripadvisor who mentioned https://www.virtuallythere.com.

I immediately clicked the link, typed in my reference number and surname and viola! My itinerary was shown. Another plus point of this site is that you can print a single itinerary for each person included in the booking.

I was going through the printed itineraries when I remembered that it was the same with my previous itinerary from Airphil Express, now PAL Express. I tried retrieving my Cebu Pacific itinerary but to no avail. I guess that is just exclusive to some airlines.

Other options that you can use to reach PAL is through the following:

Hotline: (632) 855-8888

Online Inquiry Feedback Form: http://www1.philippineairlines.com/index.php/contact-us/customer-care/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flyPAL

Twiiter: @flyPAL


Here’s the homepage


The Peak, Hong Kong

Christmas theme at The Peak

Christmas theme at The Peak

Hong Kong's beautiful skyline from The Peak

Hong Kong’s beautiful skyline from The Peak

“When everything feels like an uphill struggle, just think of the view from the top.” I always say this to myself whenever I am climbing a mountain, visiting a skyscrapper or basically just going to high places. I may have fear of heights but just like the quote, the view from the top always gives me the encouragement to continue my journey and reach the summit. Hong Kong’s The Peak is one good example.

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