Philippine Airlines Cuts 300 staff As Losses Hit $208M

Philippine Airlines staff in happier times. The loss-making airline has cut its headcount.
Credit: Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines’ (PAL) net losses reached a record PHP10.6 billion ($208 million) in 2019; the flag carrier’s issues have exacerbated in 2020 with the Taal Volcano eruptions and COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. PAL president and COO Gilbert Santa Maria reportedly broke the news in a letter to...

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