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Going back home this year? Here’s PAL’s flight schedule from August to October


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More and more flights will be opening in the coming months via Philippine Airlines.

In a circular shared by Airlink International’s Retail Sales Manager Geoffrey Salatan, the airline will be flying between Dubai and Manila every Tuesday and Thursday from the entire month of August.

Meanwhile, from September 1 until October 25, the flag carrier will be flying three times between the cities: Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

The Dubai-Manila flight, PR659, will depart at 19:40H and arrived at 08:55+1.

The Manila-Dubai flight, PR658, will depart at 12:40H and arrive at 18:05H.

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