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Turn your 2019 Travel Goals to reality with Philippine Airlines’ New Year Sale

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Jan. 08, 19 | 12:48 pm

Filipinos who are planning to travel back home or to other countries this year better have their wallets ready as Philippine Airlines is currently hosting its New Year Sale!

The sale runs from January 7 to 20, with a travel period from February 1 to November 30, 2019.

Travel with the Philippines’ only 4-star airline from Dubai and choose from a wide variety of locations including Manila, Singapore, Tokyo, Bali, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney as well as to other destinations.

Roundtrip Economy fares start as low as AED 1,090 while Business class starts from AED 4,500.

One-way base fares are also on sale with Economy fares starting from AED 660 while Business Class starts from AED 3,230.

Here’s the full list:

ROUNDTRIP BASE FARES (FROM DUBAI)

DESTINATION / ECONOMY FARE

Manila: As low as AED 1,300
Singapore: As low as AED 1,090
Bali: As low as AED 1,240
Tokyo (Haneda): As low as AED 1,600
Tokyo (Narita): As low as AED 1,600
Brisbane: As low as AED 3,300
Melbourne: As low as AED 3,300
Sydney: As low as AED 3,300

DESTINATION / BUSINESS CLASS FARE

Manila: As low as AED 4,500
Singapore: As low as AED 5,370
Bali: As low as AED 6,000
Tokyo (Haneda): As low as AED 6,800
Tokyo (Narita): As low as AED 6,800
Brisbane: As low as AED 9,800
Melbourne: As low as AED 9,800
Sydney: As low as AED 9,800

ONE-WAY BASE FARES (FROM DUBAI)

DESTINATION / ECONOMY FARE

Manila: As low as AED 1,300
Singapore: As low as AED 660
Bali: As low as AED 750
Tokyo (Haneda): As low as AED 960
Tokyo (Narita): As low as AED 960
Brisbane: As low as AED 1,980
Melbourne: As low as AED 1,980
Sydney: As low as AED 1,980

DESTINATION / BUSINESS CLASS FARE

Manila: As low as AED 4,500
Singapore: As low as AED 3,230
Bali: As low as AED 3,600
Tokyo (Haneda): As low as AED 4,080
Tokyo (Narita): As low as AED 4,080
Brisbane: As low as AED 5,880
Melbourne: As low as AED 5,880
Sydney: As low as AED 5,880

Recently, Philippine Airlines has been hailed by Arabian Travel Awards as the Best Airline in South East Asia for 2018. This adds to the international recognition and awards that PAL has received within 2018 which includes two 4-Star awards: one which is the 4-Star Major Regional Airline 2019 rating certified by the New York-based Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) awarded September 2018; and the other, a 4-Star Global Airline certification from London-based Skytrax February 2018.

The airline has also been recognized as the “2nd Most Improved Airline in the World” ranking last June 2018 from the annual Skytrax passenger survey.

To book your tickets to get more information about the promotion, visit www.philippineairlines.com where you will likewise find the complete list of terms and conditions.

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