19 August 2015
|Flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) has unveiled last week, August 12, its newly-renovated, 110-seat Domestic Mabuhay Lounge at the NAIA Centennial Terminal 2. |
The wifi connected lounge offers buffet with drinks to business travelers and its chairs are equipped with power supply “enabling passengers to charge their personal electronic devices”, the airline said.
The facility was blessed by Monsignor Modesto Teston in a ceremony attended by PAL chairman and CEO Lucio Tan, her wife Carmen Tan, PAL President and COO Jaime Bautista, and invited guests.
Meanwhile, PAL International Lounge opened in 2013 seats 80 persons in the dining area and features built-in buffet, a dessert station, a sandwich bar, a beverage station, and a bar, while the living area and library section accommodates 42 people.