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Agoda.com and Philippine Airline Team Up

  
  
  
  
  

Agoda.com, Asia’s leading hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group (Nasdaq:PCLN), has teamed up with Philippine Airlines (PAL) to offer customers of the Philippines’ flagship carrier access to Agoda.com’s inventory of over 100,000 hotels worldwide.

As the first and oldest commercial airline in Asia, Philippine Airlines has been carrying people to and from the Philippines since 1941. Now, in a world that’s more connected and engaged than ever before, the airline is pushing the limits of its online and digital capabilities. The partnership with Agoda.com further strengthens its international competitiveness, after the San Miguel Corporation joined the PAL management team in 2012.

As part of the new campaign, the partnership will allow Philippine Airlines customers to access fantastic hotel deals for both domestic Philippine and international destinations through a customized hotel booking page linked to PAL’s website at www.agoda.com/PAL . The deals will mirror PAL’s global network of destinations so customers can book flights and hotels in one easy step.

“With PAL being one of the oldest and most respected airlines in the world, it’s an exciting prospect for Agoda.com to match PAL’s network of destinations with the best hotel deals,” said Ernst Hemmer, Agoda.com’s Commercial Director, “This will allow PAL’s discerning customers to book their travel requirements in an easy and convenient way.”

 

PAL plane

 

The arrangement brings the number of Agoda.com airline partnerships with national flag carriers to 10, not including a further 7 traditional airlines and 6 low-cost carriers. These partnerships have proven to be mutually beneficial to both companies involved, and have given customers the opportunity to add even more value to their vacations.

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