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Philippine Airlines holds ‘Beyond Promotional Fares’ roundtrip promo as low as Dh 1,090

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Feb. 11, 19 | 2:31 pm

Flag-carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) is currently holding a seat sale for a limited period for passengers flying from Dubai towards Singapore, Australia, Japan and Indonesia.

Customers who plan to avail of the promo have until February 15 to book their tickets. Travel dates are from February 10 until March 31.

Those who plan to enjoy Singapore can book their round trip tickets as low as Dh 1,090*. Visitors planning to go to Bali, Indonesia can enjoy rates starting from Dh 1,240* only. Japan round trip tickets are also available for as low as Dh 1,600* while passengers flying to Australia have round trip ticket rates starting from Dh 3,300*.

You can book your ticket at their website: https://www.philippineairlines.com/en

Here are their rates:

The services of Philippine Airlines towards the Dubai and the UAE date back to as early as 1982 when Dubai was added to the Middle East route. Fast forward to more than 3 decades today, the airline now serves as one of the main hubs for OFWs and visitors to and from the Philippines.

* Price subject to taxes.

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