Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at S$148 for one-way flights and S$51 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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COVID-19 has ushered in big changes to the way we travel. If you’re planning a holiday in Philippines, these tips will help you navigate this new travelling reality:
Know if any restrictions apply to both your origin and destination. You may not be able to travel depending on local circumstances, so remember to check government advisories before booking.
You’re required to wear a face mask at the airport, including at security checkpoints. Be ready to lower your mask to verify your identity when asked by a TSA employee.
Rather than handing a TSA officer your boarding pass, place it straight on the scanner yourself. Once that’s done, hold it up for inspection.
One container of liquid hand sanitizer is now permitted in your carry-on bag. It must not be larger than 12 oz (350 ml), and you’ll need to take it out of your bag for scanning.
To reduce handling during screening, place items such as your loose change and phone into your carry-on instead of the bins.
Separate any food you’re carrying for X-ray screening. Placing it in a clear plastic bag and into a bin reduces the need for a TSA officer to handle and inspect your belongings.
Wherever and whenever you’d like to travel, the following carriers will take you comfortably to or near Philippines:
Philippines AirAsia - 1697 flights to or near Philippines each month, including 1302 flights to Ninoy Aquino Intl. Airport (MNL) and 273 flights to Mactan - Cebu Intl. Airport (CEB) per month.
Cebu Pacific - 2061 flights to or near Philippines each month, including 1580 flights to Ninoy Aquino Intl. Airport (MNL) and 303 flights to Mactan - Cebu Intl. Airport (CEB) per month.
In the last seven days, S$51 was the best price for a flight to Philippines. For even bigger savings, book ahead of time and be flexible with your dates. Search for your journey to Philippines, then compare prices for nearby days by clicking on the “flexible dates” link above.
If you were journeying one way from Singapore (SIN), you could’ve locked in a cheap fare for just S$148 in the last seven days. Round-trip flights to Philippines ranged from only S$51 to S$473 over the same period.
Which airport you land at in Philippines mostly depends on where you set off from and where you’re headed. Listed below are three of the busiest airports in the region:
Ninoy Aquino Intl. Airport (MNL) - 6175 flights per month.
Francisco Bangoy Intl. Airport (DVO) - 443 flights per month.
Jet off early in the week to score a bargain airfare to Philippines. Tuesday is generally the most economical day to take off, with Monday right behind it. Saturday often has the costliest ticket prices. This is because a lot of travellers choose to begin their trip on a weekend.
Flights to Philippines ranged from S$51 to S$473 in the last seven days. Typically, the earlier you make a reservation, the bigger the bargain.
Kick off your Philippines trip in the popular city of Manila. There’s lots to keep you on the go here, from noteworthy attractions like SM Mall of Asia to fantastic food, shopping, arts plus more.
When it comes to planning the activities for your getaway, take into account that Manila has a tropical monsoon climate. It’s a smart idea to check the weather conditions before you go so you can better understand what to expect.
Around 981 kilometres to the southeast of Manila, Davao also deserves to be right at the top of your itinerary. Well-known sights here include Gaisano Grand Mall — remember to swing by.