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Manila to India is the Newest PAL Destination

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Philippine Airlines (PAL) announces that on March 27, 2011, they will start their operation on their newest international destination, Delhi, capital of India. PAL will initially fly to the Indian metropolis six times a week but the frequency is expected to increase as the demand grows.

According to PAL, they initially have two types of Delhi routes. The first is a non-stop direct flight to Delhi (PR 758) which will depart from Manila every Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of the week at 9:10 PM. It is scheduled to arrive in Delhi (Indira Gandhi International Airport) at 1:10 AM (Delhi time). The return service (PR 759), will depart from Delhi at 3:00 PM (Delhi Time) every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of the week and is expected to arrive in Manila by 12:00 Noon (Manila Time).

The other route will be the one with a stopover in Bangkok, Thailand (PR 752). It flies from Manila every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of the week at 6:45 PM (Manila Time) and will arrive in Delhi at 1:10 AM (Delhi Time). The return service, PR 753, will depart from Delhi at 2:45 PM (Delhi Time) every Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of the week and is expected to be back in Manila at 1:50 PM. (Manila time).

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