PAL working on enhanced cabin service technology

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April 23, 2017 – Philippine Airlines (PAL) and SITAONAIR are co-developing a CrewTab system, designed to enhance inflight service delivery. According to the partners, PAL information will be delivered and stored in tablets provided to flight pursers, enabling them to digitally view operational data, from general passenger profiles and company service bulletins, to the latest product and service offerings.

PAL president and CEO, Jaime Bautista said, “As we work towards achieving our vision of becoming a full-service five star carrier, PAL is highly focused on the benefits that new and emerging technologies can bring. We are very pleased to be working towards expanding our connected aircraft relationship with SITAONAIR. With our customized CrewTab, we will definitely take our inflight customer service to the highest standards.”

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