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PAL resumes full operations to HK

PHILIPPINE Airlines (PAL) on Thursday resumed full operations to and from Hong Kong.

 A Philippine Airlines plane takes off at the runway of NAIA Terminal 2 in Parañaque. FILE PHOTO

The flag carrier said the resumption of all flights to the former British colony “comes after the Hong Kong International Airport Authority implemented tightened security measures within the airport premises.”

PAL said all passengers entering Hong Kong International Airport (Chek Lap Kok International Airport) must present their valid ID, passport and/or boarding pass, while airport staff must present their airline ID or airport permit.

All passengers traveling out of Hong Kong must be at the airport three hours before departure time.

The airline issued an advisory that ticket sales at the airport were temporarily suspended. Travelers are advised to purchase tickets online through the PAL website or visit their Hong Kong ticketing office.

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