Emirates airline offers cheap flights to the Philippines

Dubai carrier Emirates is offering reduced fares on flights to Manila, Clark and Cebu

Emirates airline is offering reduced fares on flights to the Philippines
Emirates airline is offering reduced fares on flights to the Philippines

Dubai’s Emirates airline is offering reduced fares on flights to three destinations in the Philippines.

The cheaper rates apply to flights from Dubai to Manila, Clark and Cebu for bookings made from today until October 8 next, for travel until June 30 2020, sister publication Arabian Business reported

The reduced fares apply to both economy and business class fares.

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Economy flights to Manila start from AED 1,795, with business class flights starting from AED 7,995. Economy flights to Clark start from AED 1,895, with business starting from AED 7,995. Flights to Cebu start at AED 2145, with business class from AED 8,055.

The offer also includes additional baggage allowance rates of 50% off the first 5KGs and 20% off for any subsequent amount. Customers travelling from Dubai can avail the offer until June 10 2020.

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