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MANILA FLIGHT - FLIGHTS TO MANILA, PHILIPPINES

mANILA fLIGHTSManila Flights - The Philippines' main airline company is the Philippine Airlines, which hosts direct flights from several countries straight to Manila. Other tourists also opt for connecting flights from the nearby cities of Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

Since the Philippines has more than seven thousand islands, there are also local airlines that allow tourists to visit other cities and towns outside of Manila. Among these airlines are Cebu Pacific an Air Philippines. Tourists can also book chartered flights from most of the local airports. Almost each province has at least a small airport, so going around the country to and from Manila won't be a problem.

 

The Philippines has five international gateways. The busiest is in Manila, followed by Cebu City. The other gateways are Davao City, the Clark Air Base in Pampanga, and Laoag City.

Manila JeepenysThere are numerous taxis waiting for prospective customers outside the airport, but it is best to book one before leaving the airport at one of the Taxi Offices or to call a car service to pick you up. The standard flag rate is Php 25. There is also an airport bus service to the center of Manila, and regular buses that leave from outside the airport every 15 minutes to traverse destinations along Manila's ring road. Colorful 'Jeepneys' offer services between the airport and a metro rail terminal, which connects to the city center. Provincial airports such as those in Cebu and Davao do not have metro rail connections. It is best to either book a cab, rental car, or shuttle service.