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Direct flights to Manila (MNL)

Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase - Airport code: MNL

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Non-stop flights to Manila (MNL)

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Last updated on: 02-25-2021

Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase is the largest airport in Philippines. It is Philippines' main international airport. In total there are 94 airports around the world that have direct flights to Manila, spread around 91 cities in 30 countries. Currently, there are 36 domestic flights to Manila.

Manila is mainly known for sightseeing & culture and activities.

Most tourists come to Manila to visit Luzon.

This month, there are 2,456 flights arriving at Manila Airport, which are 82 flights per day or 3 flights per hour. On an average day, there is at least 1 flight arriving every 20 minutes.

The most frequently departed flights to Manila are routes from Cebu (CEB) in Philippines and Cagayan de Oro City (CGY), also in Philippines. These two routes together are operated 414 times this month, and make up for 17% of all monthly arrivals at Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase.

The longest flight to Manila MNL is departing from New York City (JFK). This non-stop flight takes around 15 hours and 25 minutes and covers a distance of 8,510 miles (13,695 km).

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List of all direct flights to Manila

Below you can find a list of all cities and countries that have direct flights to Manila, ordered by popularity.

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Currently, there are 40 airlines that fly to Manila. Most flights to Manila are operated by Philippine Airlines, as they connect 68 airports to MNL. Below you can find a list of airlines that operate most MNL flights:

Business class flights to Manila

There are 48 airports that have flights to Manila in Business Class. All airports that offer business class flights to MNL are listed below:

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First class flights to Manila

If you are looking for a luxurious flight, there's a total of 2 airports to choose from that have flights to MNL in First Class.

Intercontinental flights to Manila

Manila is well connected to lots of airports around the world.

These are all non-stop intercontinental flights to Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase (MNL), as of February 2021:

* Please note that there are no direct services from Southern America, Central America, the Caribbean, Southern Asia or Central Asia.

Non-stop flights from Europe to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Europe to Manila. They fly seasonal from London Heathrow (LHR).

Non-stop flights from the US to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines is currently the only airline flying non-stop from the United States to Manila. They fly year-round from Honolulu (HNL), Los Angeles (LAX), New York City (JFK) and San Francisco (SFO).

Non-stop flights from Canada to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Canada to Manila. They fly year-round from Toronto (YYZ) and Vancouver (YVR).

Non-stop flights from Africa to Manila

Ethiopian AirlinesEthiopian Airlines is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Africa to Manila. They fly seasonal from Addis Ababa (ADD).

Non-stop flights from the Middle-East / Western Asia to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines: year-round flights from Doha (DOH), seasonal flights from Dammam (DMM), Riyadh (RUH) and year-round flights from Dubai (DXB).

Qatar AirwaysQatar Airways (Oneworld): year-round flights from Doha (DOH).

Saudi ArabianSaudi Arabian (SkyTeam): year-round flights from Jeddah (JED) and Riyadh (RUH).

Cebu PacificCebu Pacific: year-round flights from Dubai (DXB).

EmiratesEmirates: year-round flights from Dubai (DXB).

Etihad AirwaysEtihad Airways: year-round flights from Abu Dhabi (AUH).

Gulf AirGulf Air: year-round flights from Bahrain Island (BAH).

Kuwait AirwaysKuwait Airways: year-round flights from Kuwait City (KWI).

Oman AirOman Air: year-round flights from Muscat (MCT).

Turkish AirlinesTurkish Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Istanbul (IST).

Non-stop flights from China to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines: seasonal flights from Beijing (PEK), Guangzhou (CAN), Quanzhou (JJN), Shanghai (PVG) and Xiamen (XMN).

Cebu PacificCebu Pacific: seasonal flights from Beijing (PEK), Guangzhou (CAN), Shanghai (PVG), Shenzhen (SZX) and Xiamen (XMN).

Air ChinaAir China (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Beijing (PEK) and Qingdao (TAO).

AirAsiaAirAsia: seasonal flights from Guangzhou (CAN), Shanghai (PVG) and Shenzhen (SZX).

China EasternChina Eastern (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Shanghai (PVG).

China SouthernChina Southern (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Guangzhou (CAN).

Kuwait AirwaysKuwait Airways: seasonal flights from Guangzhou (CAN).

Royal Air CharterRoyal Air Charter: seasonal flights from Wuxi / Suzhou (WUX).

Xiamen AirlinesXiamen Airlines (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Quanzhou (JJN) and year-round flights from Xiamen (XMN).

Non-stop flights from Japan to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines: year-round flights from Fukuoka (FUK), Nagoya (NGO), Osaka (KIX), seasonal flights from Sapporo (CTS), year-round flights from Tokyo (HND) and Tokyo (NRT).

Cebu PacificCebu Pacific: seasonal flights from Fukuoka (FUK), year-round flights from Nagoya (NGO), seasonal flights from Osaka (KIX) and year-round flights from Tokyo (NRT).

AirAsiaAirAsia: seasonal flights from Osaka (KIX).

ANAANA (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Tokyo (HND) and Tokyo (NRT).

Japan AirlinesJapan Airlines (Oneworld): year-round flights from Tokyo (NRT) and seasonal flights from Tokyo (HND).

Jetstar AsiaJetstar Asia: year-round flights from Osaka (KIX).

Non-stop flights from East Asia to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines: year-round flights from Hong Kong (HKG), seasonal flights from Macau (MFM), Busan (PUS), year-round flights from Seoul (ICN) and Taipei (TPE).

Cebu PacificCebu Pacific: year-round flights from Hong Kong (HKG), seasonal flights from Macau (MFM), year-round flights from Seoul (ICN) and seasonal flights from Taipei (TPE).

Ethiopian AirlinesEthiopian Airlines (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Hong Kong (HKG).

AirAsiaAirAsia: seasonal flights from Hong Kong (HKG), Macau (MFM), Seoul (ICN), Kaohsiung (KHH) and Taipei (TPE).

Cathay PacificCathay Pacific (Oneworld): year-round flights from Hong Kong (HKG).

Hong Kong AirlinesHong Kong Airlines: seasonal flights from Hong Kong (HKG).

Asiana AirlinesAsiana Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Seoul (ICN).

DeltaDelta (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Seoul (ICN).

Jeju AirJeju Air: year-round flights from Seoul (ICN).

Korean AirKorean Air (SkyTeam): year-round flights from Seoul (ICN).

China AirlinesChina Airlines (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Kaohsiung (KHH) and year-round flights from Taipei (TPE).

EVA AirEVA Air (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Taipei (TPE).

KLMKLM (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Taipei (TPE).

Non-stop flights from South-East Asia to Manila

Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, AirAsia and Cebgo have a significant network of flights from South-Eastern Asia to Manila.

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines: seasonal flights from Phnom Penh (PNH), Denpasar (DPS), year-round flights from Jakarta (CGK), Kuala Lumpur (KUL), Bacolod City (BCD), Basco (BSO), Busuanga / Coron (USU), Butuan City (BXU), Cagayan de Oro City (CGY), Catarman, Northern Samar (CRM), Caticlan (MPH), Cebu (CEB), Cotabato City (CBO), Davao City (DVO), Del Carmen (IAO), Dipolog City (DPL), Dumaguete (DGT), General Santos City (GES), Iloilo City (ILO), Kalibo (KLO), Laoag (LAO), Legazpi (LGP), Ozamiz (OZC), Pagadian (PAG), Puerto Princesa (PPS), Roxas, Capiz (RXS), San Jose, Mindoro (EUQ), Tacloban (TAC), Tagbilaran (TAG), Zamboanga City (ZAM), Singapore (SIN), Bangkok (BKK), seasonal flights from Hanoi (HAN) and Ho Chi Minh City (SGN).

Cebu PacificCebu Pacific: seasonal flights from Denpasar (DPS), Jakarta (CGK), Kota Kinabalu (BKI), Kuala Lumpur (KUL), year-round flights from Bacolod City (BCD), Butuan City (BXU), Cagayan de Oro City (CGY), Caticlan (MPH), Cauayan, Isabela (CYZ), Cebu (CEB), Cotabato City (CBO), Davao City (DVO), Dipolog City (DPL), Dumaguete (DGT), General Santos City (GES), Iloilo City (ILO), Kalibo (KLO), seasonal flights from Legazpi (LGP), year-round flights from Ozamiz (OZC), Pagadian (PAG), Puerto Princesa (PPS), Roxas, Capiz (RXS), seasonal flights from San Jose, Mindoro (SJI), year-round flights from Tacloban (TAC), Tagbilaran (TAG), seasonal flights from Tuguegarao (TUG), Virac, Catanduanes (VRC), year-round flights from Zamboanga City (ZAM), Singapore (SIN), seasonal flights from Bangkok (BKK), Hanoi (HAN), Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) and Brunei and Muara (BWN).

AirAsiaAirAsia: seasonal flights from Denpasar (DPS), Kota Kinabalu (BKI), Kuala Lumpur (KUL), year-round flights from Bacolod City (BCD), Cagayan de Oro City (CGY), Caticlan (MPH), Cebu (CEB), Davao City (DVO), seasonal flights from General Santos City (GES), year-round flights from Iloilo City (ILO), Kalibo (KLO), Puerto Princesa (PPS), Tacloban (TAC), Tagbilaran (TAG), seasonal flights from Zamboanga City (ZAM) and Bangkok (Don Muang) (DMK).

Myanmar AirwaysMyanmar Airways: seasonal flights from Denpasar (DPS) and Yangon (RGN).

AirAsiaAirAsia: seasonal flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL).

Malaysia AirlinesMalaysia Airlines (Oneworld): year-round flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL).

CebgoCebgo: year-round flights from Busuanga / Coron (USU), Caticlan (MPH), Cebu (CEB), Del Carmen (IAO), Kalibo (KLO), Legazpi (LGP), seasonal flights from Marinduque Island (MRQ), year-round flights from Masbate City (MBT), Naga, Camarines Sur (WNP), San Jose, Mindoro (SJI), seasonal flights from Surigao City (SUG), Tarapaca (TBH) and Virac, Catanduanes (VRC).

Jetstar AsiaJetstar Asia: year-round flights from Singapore (SIN).

Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Singapore (SIN).

Ethiopian AirlinesEthiopian Airlines (Star Alliance): seasonal flights from Bangkok (BKK).

KLMKLM (SkyTeam): seasonal flights from Bangkok (BKK).

Thai AirwaysThai Airways (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Bangkok (BKK).

Royal Brunei AirlinesRoyal Brunei Airlines: year-round flights from Brunei and Muara (BWN).

Non-stop flights from Australia / New Zealand / Oceania / the Pacific to Manila

Philippine AirlinesPhilippine Airlines: seasonal flights from Brisbane (BNE), Melbourne (MEL), Perth (PER), Sydney (SYD), Auckland (AKL), Port Moresby (POM) and year-round flights from Guam (GUM).

Cebu PacificCebu Pacific: seasonal flights from Melbourne (MEL) and Sydney (SYD).

QantasQantas (Oneworld): seasonal flights from Sydney (SYD).

Air NiuginiAir Niugini: year-round flights from Port Moresby (POM).

United AirlinesUnited Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Guam (GUM) and seasonal flights from Koror (ROR).

International flights to Manila

Australia
Flights from Australia to Manila

There are 4 airports in Australia that have non-stop flights to Manila.

From Brisbane, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Melbourne, you can fly non-stop with Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Perth, you can fly non-stop to Manila with Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Sydney, direct flights are offered by Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines and Qantas (Oneworld). This route is not operational yet but will start in March.

Bahrain
Flights from Bahrain to Manila

Bahrain Island is the only city in Bahrain with direct flights to Manila. From Bahrain Island, direct flights are offered by Gulf Air.

Brunei
Flights from Brunei to Manila

In Brunei, the only airport that has a direct connection to Manila is Brunei and Muara. From Brunei and Muara, you can fly non-stop with Cebu Pacific or Royal Brunei Airlines.

Cambodia
Flights from Cambodia to Manila

There is 1 airport in Cambodia that has a direct connection to Manila, which is Phnom Penh. From Phnom Penh, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.

Canada
Flights from Canada to Manila

If you are looking for a direct flight from Canada to Manila, there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Toronto and Vancouver, you can fly with Philippine Airlines.

China
Flights from China to Manila

In China there are several airports with flights to Manila (8 in total).

From Beijing, direct flights are offered by Air China (Star Alliance), Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Guangzhou, there are 5 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, China Southern (SkyTeam), Kuwait Airways and Philippine Airlines.
From Qingdao, you can fly non-stop to Manila with Air China (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in February and ends in March.
From Quanzhou, you can fly non-stop with Philippine Airlines or Xiamen Airlines (SkyTeam).
From Shanghai, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, China Eastern (SkyTeam) and Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Shenzhen, you can fly non-stop with AirAsia or Cebu Pacific. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Wuxi / Suzhou, direct flights are offered by Royal Air Charter. This is a seasonal route that starts in February and ends in March.
From Xiamen, direct flights are offered by Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines and Xiamen Airlines (SkyTeam).

Ethiopia
Flights from Ethiopia to Manila

In Ethiopia, the only airport that has a direct connection to Manila is Addis Ababa. From Addis Ababa, direct flights are offered by Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that started in January and ends in January.

Guam
Flights from Guam to Manila

Guam is the only city in Guam with direct flights to Manila. From Guam, you can fly non-stop with Philippine Airlines or United Airlines (Star Alliance).

Hong Kong
Flights from Hong Kong to Manila

There is 1 airport in Hong Kong that has a direct connection to Manila, which is Hong Kong. From Hong Kong, airlines that operate direct flights are AirAsia, Cathay Pacific (Oneworld), Cebu Pacific, Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance), Hong Kong Airlines and Philippine Airlines.

Indonesia
Flights from Indonesia to Manila

In Indonesia, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Manila.

From Denpasar, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, Myanmar Airways and Philippine Airlines.
From Jakarta, you can fly non-stop with Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.

Japan
Flights from Japan to Manila

In Japan there are several airports with flights to Manila (6 in total).

From Fukuoka and Nagoya, you can fly with Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Osaka, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, Jetstar Asia and Philippine Airlines.
From Sapporo, the only airline with direct flights is Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Tokyo, direct flights are offered by ANA (Star Alliance), Japan Airlines (Oneworld) and Philippine Airlines.
From Tokyo, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are ANA (Star Alliance), Cebu Pacific, Japan Airlines (Oneworld) and Philippine Airlines.

Kuwait
Flights from Kuwait to Manila

Kuwait City is the only city in Kuwait with direct flights to Manila. From Kuwait City, direct flights are offered by Kuwait Airways.

Macao
Flights from Macao to Manila

In Macao, the only airport that has a direct connection to Manila is Macau. From Macau, direct flights are offered by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.

Malaysia
Flights from Malaysia to Manila

If you are looking for a direct flight from Malaysia to Manila, there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Kota Kinabalu, you can fly non-stop with AirAsia or Cebu Pacific. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Kuala Lumpur, there are 5 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, Malaysia Airlines (Oneworld) and Philippine Airlines.

Myanmar (Burma)
Flights from Myanmar (Burma) to Manila

There is 1 airport in Myanmar (Burma) that has a direct connection to Manila, which is Yangon. From Yangon, direct flights are offered by Myanmar Airways. This is a seasonal route that started in January and ends in January.

New Zealand
Flights from New Zealand to Manila

In New Zealand, the only airport that has a direct connection to Manila is Auckland. From Auckland, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.

Oman
Flights from Oman to Manila

Muscat is the only city in Oman with direct flights to Manila. From Muscat, direct flights are offered by Oman Air.

Palau
Flights from Palau to Manila

There is 1 airport in Palau that has a direct connection to Manila, which is Koror. From Koror, direct flights are offered by United Airlines (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in April.

Papua New Guinea
Flights from Papua New Guinea to Manila

Port Moresby is the only city in Papua New Guinea with direct flights to Manila. From Port Moresby, you can fly non-stop with Air Niugini or Philippine Airlines.

Qatar
Flights from Qatar to Manila

In Qatar, the only airport that has a direct connection to Manila is Doha. From Doha, you can fly non-stop with Philippine Airlines or Qatar Airways (Oneworld).

Saudi Arabia
Flights from Saudi Arabia to Manila

There are 3 airports in Saudi Arabia that have non-stop flights to Manila.

From Dammam, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Jeddah, the only airline with direct flights is Saudi Arabian (SkyTeam).
From Riyadh, you can fly non-stop with Philippine Airlines or Saudi Arabian (SkyTeam).

Singapore
Flights from Singapore to Manila

There is 1 airport in Singapore that has a direct connection to Manila, which is Singapore. From Singapore, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are Cebu Pacific, Jetstar Asia, Philippine Airlines and Singapore Airlines (Star Alliance).

South Korea
Flights from South Korea to Manila

In South Korea, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Manila.

From Busan, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Seoul, airlines that operate direct flights are AirAsia, Asiana Airlines (Star Alliance), Cebu Pacific, Delta (SkyTeam), Jeju Air, Korean Air (SkyTeam) and Philippine Airlines.

Taiwan
Flights from Taiwan to Manila

There are 2 airports in Taiwan that have non-stop flights to Manila.

From Kaohsiung, you can fly non-stop with AirAsia or China Airlines (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in May.
From Taipei, airlines that operate direct flights are AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, China Airlines (SkyTeam), EVA Air (Star Alliance), KLM (SkyTeam) and Philippine Airlines.

Thailand
Flights from Thailand to Manila

If you are looking for a direct flight from Thailand to Manila, there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Bangkok, there are 5 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are Cebu Pacific, Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance), KLM (SkyTeam), Philippine Airlines and Thai Airways (Star Alliance).
From Bangkok (Don Muang), the only airline with direct flights is AirAsia. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in January.

Turkey
Flights from Turkey to Manila

In Turkey, the only airport that has a direct connection to Manila is Istanbul. From Istanbul, direct flights are offered by Turkish Airlines (Star Alliance).

United Arab Emirates
Flights from United Arab Emirates to Manila

In United Arab Emirates, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Manila.

From Abu Dhabi, direct flights are offered by Etihad Airways.
From Dubai, direct flights are offered by Cebu Pacific, Emirates and Philippine Airlines.

United Kingdom
Flights from United Kingdom to Manila

London Heathrow is the only city in United Kingdom with direct flights to Manila. From London Heathrow, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.

United States
Flights from United States to Manila

If you are looking for a direct flight from United States to Manila, there are 4 airports to choose from.

From Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco, all direct flights to Manila are operated by Philippine Airlines.

Vietnam
Flights from Vietnam to Manila

There are 2 airports in Vietnam that have non-stop flights to Manila.

From Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, you can fly with Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.

Domestic flights to Manila

Philippines
Flights from Philippines to Manila

There are lots of domestic flights to Manila (MNL). 36 airports in Philippines have direct flights to the airport.

From Bacolod City, direct flights are offered by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Basco, the only airline with direct flights is Philippine Airlines.
From Busuanga / Coron, you can fly non-stop with Cebgo or Philippine Airlines.
From Butuan City, you can fly non-stop with Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.
From Cagayan de Oro City, direct flights are offered by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Catarman, Northern Samar, you can fly non-stop to Manila with Philippine Airlines.
From Caticlan, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, Cebgo, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Cauayan, Isabela, the only airline with direct flights is Cebu Pacific.
From Cebu, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, Cebgo, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Cotabato City, you can fly non-stop with Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.
From Davao City, direct flights are offered by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Del Carmen, you can fly non-stop with Cebgo or Philippine Airlines.
From Dipolog City and Dumaguete, you can fly with Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From El Nido, you can fly non-stop to Manila with AirSWIFT. This is a seasonal route that starts in February and ends in March.
From General Santos City and Iloilo City, all direct flights to Manila are operated by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Kalibo, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Manila, which are AirAsia, Cebgo, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Laoag, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines.
From Legazpi, direct flights are offered by Cebgo, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Marinduque Island, Masbate City and Naga, Camarines Sur, all direct flights to Manila are operated by Cebgo.
From Ozamiz and Pagadian, you can fly with Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Puerto Princesa, direct flights are offered by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Roxas, Capiz, you can fly non-stop with Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.
From San Jose, Mindoro, you can fly non-stop with Cebgo or Cebu Pacific.
From San Jose, Mindoro, direct flights are offered by Philippine Airlines.
From Surigao City, you can fly non-stop to Manila with Cebgo. This is a seasonal route that starts in February and ends in March.
From Tacloban and Tagbilaran, all direct flights to Manila are operated by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
From Tarapaca, you can fly non-stop to Manila with Cebgo. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Tuguegarao, the only airline with direct flights is Cebu Pacific. This route is not operational yet but will start in March.
From Virac, Catanduanes, you can fly non-stop with Cebgo or Cebu Pacific.
From Zamboanga City, direct flights are offered by AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.

Alternative airports near Manila

Flying to an alternative airport near Manila could give you other options to reach your destination. For example, the possibility to fly with a different airline or alliance, or finding a cheaper airfare. In total there are two alternative airports to Manila (MNL) within a range of 125 miles (200 km), which are Angeles City (CRK) and Marinduque Island (MRQ).

Frequently asked questions - FAQ

How many airports are there in Manila?

There is 1 airport in Manila: Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase (MNL).

What is the best airport to fly into Manila?

The most convenient airport to fly into Manila is Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase (MNL).

How many airlines fly to Manila?

There are 40 airlines flying to Manila from 94 airports around the world, as of February 2021.

Which airlines fly to Manila?

Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and AirAsia operate most flights to Manila. To get a full overview of all operating airlines, please use the airline filter.

Which alliances are flying to Manila?

Oneworld, Star Alliance and SkyTeam are all flying to Manila.

How many nonstop flights are there to Manila?

There are roughly 2,456 flights arriving at Manila every month (or 574 flights each week), from a total of 94 airports worldwide.

What is the official name of Manila Airport?

The official name of Manila Airport is Ninoy Aquino International Airport / Villamor Airbase.

What is the airport code of Manila Airport?

The airport code of Manila Airport is MNL.

What are the most popular flights to Manila?

Cebu, Cagayan de Oro City and Caticlan are the 3 most popular routes to Manila. For a complete overview of all flight routes to Manila, please use our flight map.

How long is the flight to Manila?

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