From US and Canada:
Philippine Airlines operates nonstop flights to Manila from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Vancouver.
There are many flight with one stop: KLM over Amsterdam, Emirates over Dubai, Qatar over Doha, Turkey airlines over Istanbul, Singapore airlines over Singapore and Thai airways over Bangkok.
Philippine Airlines flies nonstop to Manila from Brisbane twice a week, Melbourne five times a week and Sydney five times a week. Qantas flies Sydney to Manila nonstop just three times a week.
You can fly direct to the Philippines from almost every major city in Asia, with several budget airlines offering cheap fares. Numerous flights make the two-hour trip from Hong Kong to Manila with Cathay Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Dragonair, Hong Kong Express Airways and Cebu Pacific.
The Singapore–Manila route (3hr 30min) is very competitive, served by Philippine Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Airphil Express, Jetstar Asia Airways, Tiger Airways and Cebu Pacific.
Cebu Pacific also offers cheap flights from Bangkok, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Seoul and Taipei to Manila, and several routes direct to Cebu City.
How to get the best deals on flights?
Traveling to this beautiful and diverse country doesn’t have to be expensive. There are plenty of ways to save money on flights.
First and foremost, it’s important to be flexible with your travel dates. Airlines often offer discounts and promotions at certain times of year, so if you can adjust your schedule accordingly, you might be able to take advantage of them. Additionally, booking well in advance or at the last minute can also lead to better deals.
Another way to get great savings is by using comparison websites. These sites allow you to compare prices from different airlines and find the cheapest option for your destination. It’s worth taking some time to look through these sites before committing to a purchase – often they can save you quite a bit of money!
Finally, don’t forget about loyalty programs. If you frequently fly with a particular airline, then it pays off to sign up for their loyalty program. This could entitle you to various discounts on flights or other benefits that could make your trip more affordable. So there you have it!
With just a few simple steps, you can ensure that your flight to the Philippines is as cost-effective as possible. So what are you waiting for? Start searching for those great deals today!
Electronic travel – Etravel
Schengen citizen don’t need visa to stay in the Philippines until 30 days, but you need to register for etravel. You may only register within 72 hours prior to your arrival in the Philippines. If you want to stay longer than 30 days you must apply for visa while you stay in the Philippines.