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One-way flight from Manila to Dubai costs as much as AED2,300 via Emirates

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Emirates airline has recently announced special flights from Manila to Dubai for OFWs who wish to return to the country and get back to work, however, looking at the price, one-way ticket could cost as much as AED2,300.

The UAE government has recently announced that it will start accepting residents with valid residence visa and who are currently stranded outside the country starting June 1 due the travel restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Those who will be allowed to enter the country are those who have secured entry permits from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship.

TGFM checked the earliest flight from Manila to Dubai and its prices. As of May 29, the only flight available from the Philippines to UAE is on June 5, 2020.

The ‘lowest price’ available for one-way and single passenger is $611 or approximately AED2,302.67.

The amount is under the economy flight. Meanwhile, business class is priced at $1,452.40 or approximately AED5,332.47.

To book a flight, click emirates.com.

Ryan Namia
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