Air travel to Philippines

By air, Philippine Airlines, Airphil Express, Cebu Pacific, ZestAir, Seair, Tiger Airways and Air Asia travel to major cities in the Philippines .

These airlines offer promotions and discount flights several times a year, making air travel more affordable in the Philippines. There are regular charter flights to major domestic destinations organized by smaller domestic aircraft.

Philippine Airlines (PAL) Flag of the Philippines. It offers 20 destinations in the Philippines and 26 destinations in Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Asia, Oceania and North America. In Hungary, PAL flies to the major Philippines cities of Manila and Cebu while flying internationally between Manila (Cebu to a lesser extent) and the Asia-Pacific region, the Western United States, Canada and Australia. Many destinations operated by PAL, especially destinations in the US, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong have a large overseas Filipino population

Airphil Express (formerly Air Philippines) in Pasay City, Manila subway. It operates both domestic and international scheduled flights between Manila, Cebu, Davao and Zamboanga. In Hungary, it flies nationwide, while internationally, Manila and Singapore, Manila and Kuala Lumpur, Clark and Hong Kong, Cebu and Hong Kong

Cebu Pacific Air is a 3rd-terminal airline. Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City, Manila Metro. Currently, it is the country's leading domestic air travel carrier serving most domestic destinations with the highest number of flights and routes. At home, he travels to major cities nationwide, while Bangkok, Busan, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Singapore


Zest Airways (formerly Asian Spirit) is located at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, in Pasay City, Manila. In Hungary, it travels to major cities across the country, while internationally between Manila and Incheon, Manila and Shanghai, Manila and Jinjiang, Cebu and Incheon, Kalibo and Incheon, Kalibo and Pusan, Kalibo and Shanghai, Kalibo and Taipei


Seair or the Southeast Asian airline is the second oldest airline in the Philippines. The Philippines is known as the primary leisure airline and serves the following domestic destinations: Manila, Boracay, Batanes, Tablas (Romblon), Clark, Cebu, Tacloban, Perto Princesa, Cagayan de Oro, Iloo, Davao, Bacolod, Kalibo – and the following international destinations: Singapore, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu and Bangkok. The Tiger-SEAir partnership (all international flights from Clark and domestic NAIA-Cebu / Davao flights) will be sold through the Tiger Airways website. On December 16, 2010, Tiger Airways and Seair formally launched a partnership to lease Tiger aircraft to Seair and operate Seair Seair's aircraft with Seair's pilot and cabin crew.

  • Seair from Manila to Cebu
  • Seair from Manila to Tacloban
  • Seair from Manila to Iloilo
  • Seair from Manila to Puerto Princesa
  • Seair from Manila to Kalibo
  • Seair from Manila to Davao
  • Seair from Manila to Bacolod

Tiger Airways is a low cost airline traveling in Singapore, Australia, Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia, including the Philippines. Headquartered in Changi Airport, Singapore. However, on September 25, 2012, it will start from Terminal 2 at Singapore's Changi Airport due to the demolition of the 2017 Terminal 4 budget terminal. Tiger Airways cooperated with Seair on December 16, 2010 to provide more affordable air travel to the Philippines

Domestic Destinations:

  • Manila and Kalibo (v.)
  • Manila and Tacloban (v.)
  • Manila and Cebu (v.)
  • Manila Bacolodba (v.)
  • Manila and Iloilo (v.)
  • to Manila Davao (v.)
  • to Manila Puerto Princesa (v.)
  • to Clark Kalibo (v.)

International Destinations:

  • Manila to Singapore (v.)
  • Manila and Jakarta (v.) (Via Singapore)
  • Manila and Phuket (v.) (Via Singapore)
  • Manila and Thiruvananthapuram (v.v.) (via Singapore)
  • Manila Perthbe (v.) (Via Singapore)
  • to Clark Kota Kinabalu (v.)
  • Clark Hong Kong (v.)
  • Clark to Bangkok (v.)
  • Clark and Singapore (v.)

Air Asia is Asia's largest low-cost airline, not only in the Philippines, but also in Asia as a pioneer in low-cost air travel. AirAsia Group operates scheduled domestic and international flights to over 400 destinations covering 25 countries, including the Philippines. Its main hub is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Low Cost Transport Terminal (LCCT). His partner in the Philippines, Air Asia Philippines, started his first flight in March 2012, in collaboration with Philippine businessman Antonio Cojuangco, Michael Romero and Marianne Hontiveros. The main hub for Air Asia Philippines is Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA).

Domestic Destinations:

  • to Clark Davao (v.)
  • to Clark Kalibo (v.)
  • to Clark Puerto Princesa (v.)

International Destinations:

  • Clark and Kuala Lumpur (v.)
  • to Clark Kota Kinabalu (v.)
  • Clark on the Gold Coast (v.)
  • Clark Hong Kong (v.)
  • to Clark Macau (v.)

Source by Bambi Diego

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