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Qatar Airways is adding six extra flights a week between Doha and Manila from October 26.
The Gulf carrier currently flies eight-times weekly to Manila's Ninoy Aquino International airport.
The extra flights, which will come into force on October 26, will result in the airline operating a twice-daily service between the two cities.
The six additional services will operate daily, except for on Sundays, departing Doha at 0830 and arriving in Manila at 2215, with the return legs leaving Manila at 2359 and landing in Doha at 0505 the next day.
Qatar Airways flies a two-class B777 aircraft, with 24 seats in business class and 356 in economy, on the route.
Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways CEO, said: "The increase in flight frequencies on the Doha–Manila route serves to further strengthen commercial and trade links between our two countries and we are delighted to be able to provide our Philippines-based passengers with greater connectivity options when they choose to fly with Qatar Airways."
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