Search flights to Philippines

Number of flights per week57Currency
Flight Duration
17 hour 10 min
Top destinationsManila
Most popular airlinePhilippine AirlinesMost popular airportNinoy Aquino Intl. Airport
About Philippines

The Philippines, located in the Malay Archipelago in Southeast Asia, is comprised of a total of 7,641 islands. Ranking 72nd in the world in terms of land area, the Philippines has a population of approximately 113 million people.
This nation, where various ethnic groups coexist, is primarily inhabited by Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocano, Bisaya/Binisaya, Hiligaynon Ilonggo, Bicolanos, and Waray people. The majority of the population, around 93%, follows Christianity, while about 5% are Muslims, and 2% are atheists. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient Seas," the Philippines was the first Asian territory to gain independence from Western colonial rule.
In addition to Filipino and English, Chinese and Spanish are also spoken in the country. The capital city of the Philippines is Manila. Apart from the capital, other major cities in the Philippines include Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Puerto Princesa, Iloilo, Makati, Boracay, Cebu, and Tagaytay.
Tourism is the Philippines' most significant source of income. Agriculture also plays a crucial role in the country's economy, with the Philippines having a significant role in the global banana trade. The influx of low foreign capital into the emerging electronic industry has adversely affected agriculture.
The Philippines has several natural resources, including gold, silver, copper, chrome, manganese, and coal. The Philippines primarily trades with Japan, the United States, and China.
The Philippines enjoys a tropical maritime climate with cooler months from November to February. The rainy season occurs between June and October, with the highest temperatures typically in May. The best time to visit is from January to May during festivals like Ati-Atihan Festival, Sinulog Festival, and Panagbenga Festival take place.
Filipino cuisine is primarily based on rice, fish, and seafood, with traditional cooking techniques preserving their unique characteristics. Besides influences from Malaysian, Chinese, Spanish, and Indian cuisines, the Philippines has its own distinct dishes like "Kari-kari" and "Adobo." Recently, Filipino martial arts have experienced a revival, with basketball, billiards, boxing, football, and fencing being other preferred sports in the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

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When you search for flights to Philippines, Wingie directly gathers and compares the instant data of all airlines with flights from the airports you can take off from. You can see all Philippines flights together for the date you are looking for and choose the most suitable flight ticket.

Which airlines have flights to Philippines?

Emirates, Philippine Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, AirAsia Philippines, Etihad Airways, China Southern Airlines, Gulf Air, Cathay Pacific, Turkish Airlines, Flydubai, Qatar Airways, PAL Express, Cebgo Airline, Royal Jordanian, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Jetstar Asia organize flights to Philippines.

To which Philippines cities are there direct flights from the USA?

Philippines cities with direct flights from the USA: Cebu, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, General Santos, Manila, Ozamiz, Roxas, Naga, Zamboanga.

Which airlines have direct flights to Philippines?

Airlines that offer direct flights to Philippines: Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, AirAsia Philippines, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, Cebgo Airline, PAL Express.

Which are the most popular Philippines airports?

The most popular airports in Philippines: Bancasi, Mactan Cebu Intl., Laguindingan, Clark Intl., Francisco Bangoy Intl., General Santos Intl., Iloilo Intl., Ninoy Aquino Intl., Labo, Pagadian, Roxas, Naga, Zamboanga Intl..

Which are the most popular Philippines cities?

Most popular Philippines cities: Butuan, Cebu, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, General Santos, Iloilo, Manila, Angeles, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Roxas, Naga, Zamboanga.