World Travel Expo Philippines 2022 is all set with partners and sponsors to welcome YOU

Philippine Airlines is co-presenting this event at the Okada Manila on October 21 - 23

The doors of Okada Manila are all set for the World Travel Expo Philippines 2022 happening on October 21 to 23 from 10am to 9pm. There will be a multi-level of parking space that provides a lot of parking slots available for you should you drive your way to the venue. You and your car will be safe and protected under any weather condition, be it the harsh sunlight and hot air, or should it rain, you’ll be cozy inside and be able to stay as long as you want in the common areas.


Okada Manila, opens doors to the public once again for the World Travel Expo Philippines 2022.  Famous for its dancing fountain with lights, and those who want to try their luck with cards or at the roulette, Okada has a lot more to offer. Okada has restaurants that would satisfy your craving. The World Travel Expo Philippines 2022 will be at Crystal corridor, the same level and wing where the fountain area is and the space here is just too long and wide that it can accomodate everybody.


This time it’s a call for your revenge travel, check that wishlist you have been longing for during the pandemic, and complete your bucketlist with your friends and the entire family as the Country’s flagship bearer, the Philippine Airlines will be co-presenting this event.

Philippine Airlines (PAL), a trade name of PAL Holdings, Inc. (PSEPAL) and also known historically as Philippine Air Lines until 1970, is the flag carrier of the Philippines.[7] Headquartered at the PNB Financial Center in Pasay, the airline was founded in 1941 and is the first and oldest commercial airline in Asia operating under its original name.[8][9][10]

The primary hub of Philippine Airlines is Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. It also operates from three secondary hubs: Mactan–Cebu International AirportCebuFrancisco Bangoy International AirportDavao; and Clark International Airport which covers portions of the cities of Angeles and Mabalacat within the Clark Freeport Zone in the province of Pampanga. Its subsidiary PAL Express operates only regional routes while PAL operates both domestic (Cebu, Davao, General Santos, Kalibo, Manila and Zamboanga) and international routes.[11][12] The airline operates both narrow-body and wide-body fleets of Airbus aircraft and a widebody fleet of Boeing aircraft.[13]

Formerly one of the largest airlines in Asia, PAL was severely affected by the 1997 Asian financial crisis. In one of the Philippines’ biggest corporate failures, PAL downsized its international operations by completely ending flights to Europe and the Middle East, cutting virtually all domestic flights except routes operated from Manila, reducing the size of its fleet, and laying off thousands of employees. The airline was placed under receivership in 1998, but later restored operations to many destinations. After PAL’s exit from receivership in 2007, the airline frequently revamped its management. However, PAL’s vision to re-establish itself as one of Asia’s premier carriers continues.[14]





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