Cheapest flights to Phillipines
30th July, 2008
Total reviews: 5
I have booked myself a 77-day holiday in Thailand which I am thinking of breaking with a 3-week stay in the Phillipines. I have had a look at a cheap flights website and found I can get a return from Bangkok to Manila for AU$468. Does anyone know if there would be a cheaper way? This seems pretty good to me but if I could get a better price it would be appreciated. Also, I've never been to the Phillipines. Apart from the local food, always a very important part of any holiday I take, is there anywhere you would recommend?
#1 Posted: 30/1/2013 - 06:39
7th January, 2010
Air fare depends on your travel dates so with that caveat....
For a flight around the end of April and a return flight in May, a round trip flight BKK-MNL on Cebu Pacific is 6750 THB (about AU$217). If you look around the other budget airlines, you'll probably find a similar rate.
AU$468 seems to be the regular fare. If you are able to book in advance expect to about half of that.
#2 Posted: 30/1/2013 - 09:05
30th July, 2008
Total reviews: 5
Thanks, had a look at that. I would be travelling around 7-28 October but it seems to come to pretty much the same cost. In fact there is a promo fare so with the additional checked baggage allowance I would require and taxes it comes to around 9000THB(AU$300). The $468 one that I had found was inclusive of charges and taxes so still a fair saving.
Just to note something else I noticed when researching these flights, booking the flights separately can be a huge saving. I tried a multi-stop scenario of ADL-BKK, BKK-MNL, MNL-BKK, BKK-ADL and came up with flights on one airline(Singapore) costing $3221. These two flights were a QANTAS sale for $918 and this $300 flight, a total of $1218.
#3 Posted: 30/1/2013 - 11:31
31st January, 2013
One area to explore is regional travel passes. They come in several flavors:
1) Air passes nominally let you fly as often as you like during their validity period, or at least on certain days within the validity period. 2) Visitor tickets or coupons--sold in sets at a fixed, discounted price per flight--provide individual one-way flights. Some are available at more than one price, varying by distance. Most impose a minimum number of flights. 3) Visitor discounts give foreign visitors a break from the local list prices for individual one-way or round-trip tickets. 4) Visitor itineraries provide one or more fixed, multistop itineraries for less than the sum of the standard one-way fares. (Full disclosure: I am an editor for this site.)
#4 Posted: 31/1/2013 - 11:53
2nd February, 2013
I just did a search for Cebu Pacific. This is a budget air line that operates out of Cebu Philippines. A trip ticket is 150 USD or 4482 THB each way plus taxes..
That seems lower then what you posted. Either way
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