News PAL adds more Manila-Dubai-Manila ‘bayanihan flights’ for September

PAL adds more Manila-Dubai-Manila ‘bayanihan flights’ for September

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Philippine Airlines (PAL) has added more Bayanihan Flights from Dubai to Manila for the month of September this year. 

In an advisory shared by Mr. Geoffrey Salatan, a Dubai-based travel manager, PAL added five more flights from its original schedule which was released last August 26.

Below are flights that are confirmed and operational: 

Mr. Salatan said that airfares range between AED4,000 to AED4,500 both one-way or rountrip. 


“Fares are always subject to change and it varies depending on availability,” he said. 

“Number of passenger arrivals also depends on the availability of hotel quarantine facility,” he further added. 

All passengers are required to present a negative RT PCR test result taken within 48 hours prior to boarding the aircraft. While it’s recommended to do the PCR test a day before the flight, passengers are also required to use a face mask and dace shield at the airport and on board the aircraft. 
Passengers are also required to register on One Health Pass portal.

Read: Returning OFWs need to register their details in this portal

Non-OFWs are also advised to ensure to have a confirmed booking, including transportation arrangements at a stringent hotel accredited by Tourism and Health Agencies for at least 10 days. They won’t be able to board the flight without a confirmed booking.

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