Philippine Airlines (PAL) Promo 2013 Regular Flight Schedules Ticket Fare for Melbourne to Manila

January 30, 2013

Philippine Airlines (PAL) Promo 2013 Regular Flight Schedules Ticket Fare for Melbourne to Manila

What are the latest Philippine Airlines or PAL promos for 2013 and its international flight schedules for passengers from Melbourne to Manila is one of the questions being asked by some of our regular friends and relatives who regularly travel and fly to from Melbourne to Manila.

Thus, we visited our close friends / travel buddies who are Philippine Airlines customer service / sales officers for the latest Philippine Airlines regular ticket prices and, if available, promo fare ticket rates or promo codes for this year 2013, airports and regular flight schedules for Melbourne to Manila. Below are some of the travel information they gave us as to Philippine Airlines promos, regular fare ticket prices, 2013 promo, airports and regular flight schedules for Melbourne to Manila:

Regular Flight Schedule and Designated Philippine Airlines (PAL) Airport for Melbourne to Manila

Code Flight: PR 210

Frequency (Day/s): Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

Depart – Arrival: 9:50 – 15:00

Example: Departure Time: 9:50 (Wednesday) – Arrival Time: 15:00 (Wednesday)

Designated Philippine Airlines (PAL) Airport: Melbourne (MEL), Tullamarine Intl Airport, Australia – Manila (MNL), Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport, Philippine

Melbourne to Manila ticket fare prices (and promo rate, if available):

Philippine Airlines ticket brand classification / family fare: FIESTA PLUS

1 Adult 12+:   AUD 795.00

Taxes:            AUD 279.80

Total + Taxes:           AUD 1,074.80

Total Price:    AUD 1,074.80

Total price(s) displayed for this Melbourne to Manila ticket fare INCLUDES ALL TAXES except Philippine Travel Tax, other charges and fees that are collected at the airport.

NOTE: Melbourne to Manila flight schedules and fare prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Philippine Airlines Melbourne to Manila: Fiesta Saver Fare Family Benefits and Conditions includes:

Economy Class Service

Complimentary Inflight Hot Meal and Beverage

100% Mileage Accrual

20 Kilos Free Baggage Allowance

Rebooking Fee Applies

Refund fee applies to fully-unused ticket; partially used ticket is non-refundable

Departure/Arrival shall be in NAIA Terminal 2.

Travel Taxes for Melbourne to Manila Philippine Airlines Ticket: If you purchased your Philippine Airlines ticket online (such as through the Philippine Airline website over the Internet or some other online ticket travel agency which sells tickets) you are required to pay the Philippine Travel Tax and you MUST proceed to the TIEZA (Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority) counter at the airport before checking-in.

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