Announcement

Several PAL Mid-East flights to transfer to T1

27 Jun 2017

Effective July 1, 2017, Philippine Airlines flights to and from the Middle East (except Dubai flights) will depart from and arrive in NAIA Terminal 1, Pasay City.

PAL flights to the Middle East covered by this 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)

PAL 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)

(Note: Arrival in Manila is the following day from date of departure from the Middle East)

Passengers taking PAL flights from the Middle East (except Dubai) are thus advised to take note of their arrival dates in Manila to know their terminal assignment. For flight info, log on to www.philippineairlines.com, call hotline (02)855 – 8888 or visit the nearest PAL ticketing office or partner travel agent.

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