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PAL launches roundtrip promo from Dubai to Manila from AED1,650 only


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Philippine Airlines (PAL) is running a promotional roundtrip fare from Dubai to Manila to Dubai from AED1,650. 

In a WhatsApp message sent by Geoffrey Salatan, a Dubai-based travel manager, the promo, which is only limited for a few passengers, starts from AED1,650 with 46kg baggage allowance and 7kg hand-carry allowance. 

While fare varies depending on the availability, the travel date should only between January 15, 2021, until September 30, 2021. 

The discounted air ticket can be availed from November 16, 2020, until November 20, 2020. 

For more information, you may call Geoffrey at +971 50 498 8927. 

Meanwhile, the Philippines launched its PAL RT-PCR Testing Site on Wednesday to cater to Manila outbound international and domestic passengers who may require RT-PCR testing prior to departure. 

The testing centre is located at PAL’s Learning Centre at 540 Padre Faura St. Ermita, Manila with a swab test priced at P4,500, and results are released within 24 hours. 

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