Starting 1st July, 2017, Philippine Airlines or PAL flights to and from the Middle East will depart from and arrive in NAIA Terminal 1, Pasay City. However, PAL Dubai flights will continue operating from the same terminal.
Philippine Airline’s flights to the Middle East covered by the new terminal assignment (T1) are:
- PR 662 Manila – Jeddah (M-W-F)
- PR 668 Manila – Kuwait (T- TH-SAT-SUN)
- PR 656 Manila – Abu Dhabi (T- TH-SAT)
- PR 682 Manila – Dammam (M- T- TH-F-SAT)
- PR 684 Manila – Doha (M-W-F-SUN)
- PR 654 Manila – Riyadh (Daily)
Philippine Airline’s flights from the Middle East covered by this new terminal assignment (T1) are:
- PR 663 Jeddah – Manila ((M-W-F)
- PR 669 Kuwait – Manila (T- TH-SAT-SUN)
- PR 657 Abu Dhabi – Manila (T- TH-SAT)
- PR 683 Dammam – Manila (M- T- TH-F-SAT)
- PR 685 Doha – Manila (M-W-F-SUN)
- PR 655 Riyadh – Manila (Daily)
Philippine Airlines operates flights to 8 domestic and 48 international destinations in 24 countries and territories across Asia, North America, Oceania and Europe. The airline has 6 long haul flights.
About Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines which is referred as PAL also is the official airline of the Philippines. Its main hubs are located in Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila and Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Cebu City, from where it operates flights to 31 destinations in Philippines and 36 across the world. The airline also offers charter and cargo services apart from its passenger airline services.