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The Australian Embassy in the Philippines has announced that Philippine Airlines (PAL) will now run an additional Manila-Brisbane flight on 28 April if there are sufficient bookings. This will be in addition to the Manila-Melbourne and Manila-Sydney flights.

The Manila-Brisbane flight is in response to requests from those who have not previously registered but have indicated they want to return to Australia.

However, the Manila-Brisbane flight on 28 April will push through only if there are sufficient bookings.

It is important that those who want to be in the April 28 flight to Australia need to register through this link by 12pm on Sunday 26 April.

IMPORTANT: REGISTER BY
12PM, SUNDAY, 26 APRIL 2020

According to the Australian Embassy in the Philippines, seats on the special flights to Australia on 28 April are filling up fast.

PAL will complete bookings for people who have registered previously before booking any new registrations.

“These flights will probably be the best option for you to return to Australia and for many, may be the only option for the foreseeable future,” the Australian Embassy stated on its Facebook Page.

The flights are for Australian citizens, permanent residents, and their immediate families only

The airfare for Manila to Australia economy tickets are USD 625 plus taxes.

Economy tickets from regional centres (Cebu, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, Dumaguete, Tacloban and Bohol) to Australia are USD 775 plus taxes.

When registering, it is important that contact details are entered correctly otherwise PAL will not be able to contact you to complete bookings.

For those who registered previously and who are concerned that their contact information may not be correct, please send your email and phone number via Facebook Messenger (or Australia in the Philippines) and they will check it against the registry.


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