Philippine Airlines Canada telephone number and address

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Philippine Airlines

Philippine Airlines resumed limited domestic and international operations on Monday, June 1, 2020.

A PAL advisory stated that the airline was going to “resume operating scheduled flights on selected international and domestic routes”.

PHILIPPINE AIRLINES CANADA TELEPHONE NUMBER & ADDRESS

PHILIPPINE AIRLINES VANCOUVER SALES OFFICE

Room 4110
3211 Grant McConachie Way
Vancouver International Airport
Richmond, BC

TELEPHONE: (604) 276-6015 | (604) 276-6016
EMAIL: vancouversales@pal.com.ph
Office Hours: Mondays to Fridays: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays: Closed

PHILIPPINE AIRLINES TORONTO SALES OFFICE

Room G308A AT Level, Departure Area, Terminal 3
6301 Silver Dart Drive
Toronto Lester Pearson International Airport
Mississauga, ON

TELEPHONE: (905) 405-9944 / 405 8774
EMAIL: torontosales@pal.com.ph
Office Hours: Mondays to Fridays: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays: Closed

TOLL-FREE RESERVATIONS NUMBER: 1-800-435-9725




PHILIPPINE AIRLINES TO RESUME INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS TO SELECT COUNTRIES, INCLUDING CANADA

Destinations include the United States, Canada, Guam, mainland China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taipei, Singapore, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

PAL is also looking at resuming flights to London and Sydney within the month.

Flights to Auckland, Bali, Bangkok, Beijing, Brisbane, Busan, Fukuoka, Guangzhou, Hanoi, Macau, Melbourne, Phnom Penh, Perth, Port Moresby, Quanzhou, Sapporo, Seoul and Shanghai will remain suspended until further notice.

Limited domestic flights will also resume to Basco, Laoag, Legazpi, Puerto Princesa, Busuanga, Bacolod, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Caticlan, Roxas, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Butuan, Cotabato, Cagayan de Oro, Dipolog, Davao, General Santos, Ozamiz, Pagadian and Zamboanga.

Airlines have grounded most of their fleets after countries around the world imposed travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Governments have limited flights, focusing on repatriation of nationals and flights carrying cargo of essential medical supplies.

Metro Manila will be easing restrictions on June 1, after being placed under one of the world’s most restrictive lockdowns.

For more information about Philippine Airlines, click here.

You can also contact the Philippine Airlines Global Reservation Hotline:

Philippines (632) 8855 – 8888 

USA & Canada (800) 435 – 9725 




TRAVEL ADVISORY

The Government of Canada has issued an official global travel advisory, as well as a COVID-19 pandemic travel health notice which is currently in effect.

To slow the spread of COVID-19, an emergency order under the Quarantine Act has been issued and applies to all travellers upon arrival in Canada.

Government of Canada officials will be monitoring compliance with mandatory quarantines by calling recently arrived travellers from the following telephone numbers:

(855) 906 – 5585
(613) 221 – 3100




WHEN YOU ARRIVE IN CANADA

Travellers who arrive in Canada must provide basic information using a paper form, or using the free ArriveCAN mobile app (available on the App Store and Google Play).

They must also undergo a screening to assess symptoms by a Canada Border Services Agency officer.




TRAVELLERS WITH SYMPTOMS

Canadian citizens and permanent residents with COVID-19 symptoms can still enter Canada by land, rail or sea.

Canadian citizens and permanent residents with COVID-19 symptoms will NOT be allowed to enter by air.

Travellers with symptoms will be required to self-isolate for 14 days:

Travellers must not have contact with people 65 years or older as well as people with underlying medical conditions.

Travellers will need to confirm that they have an appropriate place to isolate with access to basic necessities including food and medication.

Travellers must also have access to their own vehicle to be able to reach their place of isolation. Travellers must go directly to their place of isolation without making any stopovers. Travellers must wear a non-medical mask or face covering while in transit to their place of isolation.

Travellers must stay inside their place of isolation and stay there for 14 days unless medical attention is required). If at all possible, travellers must stay in a separate room and use a separate bathroom.

Travellers must not allow visitors, and limit contact with other people in their place of isolation, including children.

Travellers whose symptoms get worse in mandatory isolation must contact their healthcare provider or their local public health authority.

Travellers without access to their own vehicle or an appropriate place of isolation will be taken to a designated facility to complete their mandatory isolation.




TRAVELLERS WITHOUT SYMPTOMS

Travellers without symptoms will also be required to self-isolate for 14 days:

Travellers must not have contact with people 65 years or older as well as people with underlying medical conditions.

Travellers will need to confirm that they have an appropriate place to isolate with access to basic necessities including food and medication.

Travellers must also have access to their own vehicle to be able to reach their place of isolation. Travellers must go directly to their place of isolation without making any stopovers. Travellers must wear a non-medical mask or face covering while in transit to their place of isolation.

Travellers must stay inside their place of isolation and stay there for 14 days unless medical attention is required). If at all possible, travellers must stay in a separate room and use a separate bathroom.

Travellers must not allow visitors, and limit contact with other people in their place of isolation, including children.

Travellers who develop symptoms while in mandatory isolation must contact their healthcare provider or their local public health authority, and extend their mandatory isolation to another 14 days following the onset of symptoms.

Travellers without access to their own vehicle or an appropriate place of isolation will be taken to a designated facility to complete their mandatory isolation.

For more information about travel restrictions for Canada, please click here.




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