How would it look to see the war bunkers in the park named after Darwin? Wouldn’t it be really exciting to go on the four-wheel drive for camping or for whale watching on the sand island? Nothing can be better than walking through the vineyards to sample the best of the wines!
And all this can be had at one place as the flag carrier of the country takes you there.
Starting June 1, Philippine Airlines is taking weekly flights to new places in the land Down Under, Australia, which is home to nearly 300,000 Filipinos, and presently ranks sixth in the sources of tourists to Philippines. The new destinations that have been added by the airlines include Darwin, Perth, and Brisbane, along with the already existing destinations in Australia, Melbourne and Sydney.
The total seat capacity of PAL will be boosted up to make it 7400 passengers weekly to the new points. This will make the airlines the most efficient Philippine carrier to ply between Manila and Australia.
The new facilities and services of the flight should betoken a good implication for the Filipino travelers heading to Australia. It should also prove convenient for the five thousand Australian expatriates that live in Philippines.