American Airlines Announces Philippine Airlines Partnership

American Airlines Boeing 777-223(ER) as they celebrate a codeshare partnership with Philippine Airlines to enhance connectivity

American Airlines has announced a codeshare partnership with a leading Asian carrier, Philippine Airlines.

As part of the newest deal, introducing the first marketed flights by a Philippine carrier to U.S. destinations can occur.

Additionally, for those American Airlines customers, the ability to travel to Manila and the beaches of Cebu will be possible.

Behind The New Deal

Philippine Airlines will now place its PR code on specific American Airlines flights as part of the new codeshare partnership.

These flights will occur between Los Angeles and seven prominent cities within the United States. This includes Atlanta, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando and Washington D.C.

American Airlines customers can now book codeshare flights on the aa.com website for flights operated by Philippine Airlines. This will specifically be to Manila and Cebu via Tokyo, with the ability to fly to Manila from Guam and Honolulu.

The partnership between American Airlines and Philippine Airlines is the latest codeshare deal in a host that’s occurred within the industry of late. It comes as more and more airlines look to enhance their global reach and connectivity and utilise other companies to form relationships.

The Philippine Airlines Fleet And Operation

Philippine Airlines is the flag carrier of the Philippines and can be described as the only full-service network airline in the country. The airline utilises a fleet of Airbus, Boeing, and De Havilland aircraft to operate in various locations worldwide.

Currently, the network towards the United States includes twice daily service to Los Angeles alongside daily flights to San Francisco. Philippine Airlines also serves multiple weekly flights to other key locations of Honolulu, Guam and New York.

Philippine Airlines fleet consists of 70 in-service aircraft and 7 units listed as parked. When measured by active units, the most significant fleet type comes from the A321 series, with 21 operational A320-100s and 5 in-service A321neos.

The company’s widebody operation comprises 9 Boeing 777s, 2 Airbus A350s and 9 in-service Airbus A330s. The company also relies on 13 Airbus A320s and 11 Dash 8 Q400s.

Comments From Executives

We are excited to partner with Philippine Airlines, which will provide our customers seamless connections to Manila, the capital and economic hub of the region, and Cebu, the gateway to countless tropical islands with pristine beaches. The Philippines is one of the fastest growing economies in Asia, and we look forward to continuing to enhance our partnership with Philippine Airlines.

Anmol Bhargava, American’s Vice President of Global Alliances and Partnerships.

This partnership with American Airlines unlocks more options for customers traveling between Asia and the United States. We are delighted to deliver on our long-term strategy of continuing to build our global reach. We look forward to creating more opportunities for travelers to discover the wonders of the Philippines.

Eric David Anderson, PAL’s Chief Commercial Officer.
Daniel Fowkes
14 Dec 2023
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