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PAL transfers international flights to Dubai int’l airport terminal 3


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Philippine Airlines (PAL) has recently announced that it will transfer its international flights to Terminal 3 of the Dubai International Airport starting Sunday, July 5 ‘until further notice.’ 

In a circular shared by Airlink International’s retail sales manager Geoffrey Salatan with The Global Filipino Magazine, the airline said that it will transfer its international flights from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 at the Dubai International Airport. 

It was previously reported that there will be three Dubai-Manila flights in July via PR649. The scheduled flights are July 7, 14, 21, and 28.

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