Philippine Airlines launches first flight to India
Philippines attract a substantial number of tourists from India every week. To aid this, Philippine Airlines has launched a direct Delhi – Malabang (MNL) flight, starting this week. The new flight would operate 6 flights a week, three non-stop and three via Bangkok, connecting the two capital cities.
The carrier would be Airbus 330–300 aircraft. Flight PR759 would depart Delhi on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:00 AM and reach Manila at 12:00 noon (local time), while one-stop service flight PR753 via Bangkok would depart New Delhi on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2:45 AM and reach Bangkok at 8:25 AM and Manila at 1:50 PM the same day. The return flight would operate every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 9.10 AM (local time).
The airlines adds 1,88,000 new seats in an initiative to promote Indian tourists visiting Philippines and target around 50,000 by next year.
Petra Vaškových, Apr 13, 2011
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