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First-ever direct route to the Philippines

Starting April 7, Philippine Airlines will launch a twice-weekly direct flight from Tel Aviv to Manila for the first time ever. Here’s what we know

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The flag carrier of the Philippines will launch its first-ever direct route to Israel, starting April 7, with two weekly flights from Ben Gurion Airport and the capital Manila.

The flights will be operated by Airbus A350 wide-body aircraft, offering 295 seats in three classes: Business, Premium, and Economy. Prices will start at $920.

Flights from Ben Gurion Airport will depart on Mondays and Wednesdays, taking off at 9:45 PM and landing in Manila at 2:15 PM.

Flights from Manila will depart on Sundays and Wednesdays, taking off at 10:10 PM and landing in Israel at 4:15 AM.

Philippine Airlines is represented in Israel by Open Sky, and ticket sales have already started, as the Philippines is scheduled to reopen to incoming tourism in February.

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