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Enhancing their interline cooperation is Emirates and Philippine Airlines.

Enhancing their interline cooperation is Emirates and Philippine Airlines.

Enhancing their interline cooperation is Emirates and Philippine Airlines.

In addition to the previously announced interline connections via Manila, Emirates and Philippine Airlines (PAL) have expanded their interline arrangement to allow Emirates’ customers to visit domestic points in PAL’s network via Cebu and Clark.

This relationship expansion will offer seamless connection for customers to reach even more locations in the Philippines utilizing a single ticket and practical luggage policy. It will cover all three Philippine gateways offered by Emirates, Manila, Cebu, and Clark.

In addition to Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Iloilo, Caticlan, and Puerto Princesa via Cebu, as well as Cebu, Caticlan, and Busuanga via Clark, travelers of Emirates can take advantage of a convenient booking process to destinations in the network of Philippine Airlines.

The improved interline agreement allows passengers of Philippine Airlines to reserve seats on flights operated by Emirates that go from Dubai to Amman, Birmingham, Cape Town, Dammam, Dublin, Lisbon, Manchester, Muscat, and Riyadh. Daily flights between Manila and Dubai are provided by the national airline of the Philippines, making it easy to travel to other destinations in the Middle East and Europe. Passengers are able to pick up their boarding cards and check their bags all the way to their destination thanks to the arrangement.

Travel arrangements can be made through online and offline travel agencies, as well as on,, the Emirates and PAL mobile apps. The expansion, which comes months after Philippine Airlines and Emirates originally announced their interline arrangement, reaffirms both airlines’ commitment to meeting rising demand by giving passengers more choice and flexibility as well as better customer experiences.

Emirates has been operating 25 weekly flights to Manila, Cebu, and Clark since it began flying to the Philippines in 1990. In order to cater to the market’s elite travelers, the airline is also the only one to provide a First-Class product on flights to Manila. With 110 interline partners and 29 codeshare partners, Emirates’ worldwide reach extends well beyond its own network, providing travelers with more alternatives and improved connection.

Source- Travel daily

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