Philippine Airlines will be returning to Europe for the first time in fifteen years beginning this November with a direct service from Manila to London Heathrow Airport, one of the major gateways to Europe.
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According to data loaded in the Global Distribution System, Philippine Airlines will resume its service to Europe on November 4, 2013 with a non-stop flight to London on board one of its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The service to Heathrow Airport will operate 5 times per week.
Although Philippine Airlines has not officially launched the route and declared it available for sale, passengers can already book online through the Travelocity website. Travel Agents should also be able to book through their respective GDS systems. Tickets in December average approximately $1,500USD or £900 return.
PR Flight 720 will depart Manila just after 8:00am on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday arriving at London Heathrow just after 2:00pm in the afternoon. The return flight, PR 721, will depart London Heathrow on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday in the late afternoon and arrive back in Manila the next day in the early to mid-afternoon.
The complete schedule is as follows: