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India relaxes visa rules for Pinoy visitors






MANILA, Philippines – The Indian government has relaxed its visa rules, effective first day of this year, to attract more Filipino visitors as Philippine Airlines (PAL) launches its service between Manila and New Delhi on March 27, 2011.

“We are extending our visa-on-arrival facility to Filipinos starting January 1, 2011,” announced Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the recent 8th India-ASEAN Summit in Hanoi, Vietnam. Citizens of three other ASEAN states, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, will enjoy the same relaxed visa rules.

PAL’s new service to New Delhi will operate six times weekly, with three non-stop flights between the two capitals and three flights routed via Bangkok.

The Delhi inaugural will give PAL presence in South Asia for the first time since 1994 a milestone for the Philippine flag carrier, just days after it celebrates its 70th founding anniversary on March 15, as Asia’s first airline.

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3 Comments

  • PibyangLovesToEat

    If I am given the chance to go out of town I’ll choose the countries with Disney Land. Hehe! Elijah will surly love the place. I love it when he smiles back at me when he gets something he wants. 🙂 I don’t know what’s interesting with India because I am not that adventurous. Hehe.

  • Mitch

    Hi Pibyang! There are nice places out there and the food are great too! Well, those were just few to mention aside from the fact that I’m married to an Indian hehe!

  • kalyan

    If India can relax visa rules for Pinoy visitors, the why cant we expect the same thing from philippines govt, why cant an indian citizen get a visa on arrival in philippines..





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