PAL Express (2P) Increases Dubai Flights

Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai World Central (DWC)

MANILA, Philippines – The low cost unit of Philippine Airlines (PAL) is increasing its Dubai flights by the end of this month.

In a statement, PAL Express said it would fly 6 times weekly to Dubai from Manila starting March 30. It would fly to the Middle Eastern country using its Airbus 330-300 aircraft everyday, except Thursday.

The additional flight would cater to growing passenger demand. Dubai is a major destination for overseas Filipino workers.

PAL Express also announced that it would temporarily land at the Al Maktoum International Airport (airport code: DWC) beginning May to give way to the refurbishment of the runway of the Dubai International Airport (airport code: DXB).


DWC is less than 45 minutes away from DXB and the emirate’s tourist and commercial districts. Arriving passengers at DWC can take the RTA bus to IBN Battuta Metro Station, which easily connects to Dubai’s Metro Rail System. PAL Express said it would resume landing at DXB on July 20.


One thought on “PAL Express (2P) Increases Dubai Flights

  1. I have never been to Dubai – have you? It sounds pretty fun. Hopefully I will go visit there someday. Hope you are doing well!! Cheers, Deborah

    By the way, if you ever want to write a guest author post, I will leave the door open for you if you are interested. Just send me an email at Attn: Deborah

    You have some great airplane pictures, and it doesn’t have to be anything but fun or just airline pictures (as long as you own them 100% and give me permission to use them on my site).

    I can give you links back to your site, of course. And market you a bit, if you’d like. Maybe we’d continue to meet more friends!? Cheers, Deborah

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