News PAL's flight from Dubai to Manila next month will...

PAL’s flight from Dubai to Manila next month will be every Tuesday only


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As the authorities in the UAE limit the arriving Filipinos overseas on airports, the Philippine Airlines flights on July will be every Tuesday only.

A familiar to the situation told The Global Filipino Magazine, adding that airfares will be much expensive for one-way ticket.

Upon checking their website, the Philippine Airline offers flights on July 7, 14, 21, and 28.

Flights on July 14 and 21 have already been sold out, while flights on July 7 and 28 are still up for grab and the fare starts at AED2,320 or around Php31,766.

Book a flight now by clicking this link.

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