PAL passes TSA audit anew

Flag carrier Philippine Airlines announced Thursday that it passed the quality control inspection conducted by the United States Transportation Security Administration.

PAL said it cleared TSA’s audit of its airport operations covering passenger and baggage handling, as well as its catering procedures.

PAL president and COO Capt. Stanley Ng said that PAL has remained compliant with all requirements for its flights between Manila and the United States, as with other routes.

“The men and women of the PAL shall continue to uphold the highest standards of safety and security to protect the flying public,” the airline said in a statement.

PAL said it continues to collaborate with the Office for Transportation Security, Manila International Airport Authority, and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines.

The airline said it shall continue to enhance its security and safety protocols and will continue to liaise with local and foreign regulations like the TSA, the OTS, MIAA and CAAP.

The US-TSA inspection was conducted from 11 to 12 August this year. PAL has consistently hurdled the quality control activities over the last several years.

PAL operates regular flights from Manila to US destinations Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu, New York and Guam, and back.

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