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Reunite with your family back home with PAL’s Mid Year Seat Sale

by | Feature, Lifestyle, Travel

May. 27, 19 | 8:22 am

Filipinos who plan to reunite with their loved ones back home in the Philippines and can now grab limited discounted seats offered by Philippine Airlines (PAL) exclusive for the summer season!

Starting today, May 27 until June 9 – passengers can get rates of only Dh 1,300 for return tickets for their Dubai-Manila-Dubai route. Travel dates begin from June 24 all the way till November 30.

This way, OFWs can get to spend more time with their family – one of the main reasons why they headed to Dubai in the first place. With PAL’s discounted rates, the Philippines’ modern day heroes can now get their much-deserved rest and relaxation together with those who matter to them the most.

Book your destination towards home today at Philippine Airlines’ official website or through your trusted travel agent.

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.

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