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Cheapest round-trip prices found by our users on KAYAK in the last 72 hours

Manila1 stop$695
Cebu City
Cebu City1 stop$783
Angeles City
Angeles City1 stop$747
Boracay2 stops$958
Davao City
Davao City2 stops$895
Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa2 stops$1,096
Iloilo City
Iloilo City1 stop$1,115
Panglao1 stop$1,027
Busuanga2 stops$994
Cagayan de Oro
Cagayan de Oro1 stop$960
Tacloban City
Tacloban City2 stops$1,093
Bacolod2 stops$928
Del Carmen
Del Carmen2 stops$1,452
Laoag3 stops$991
Dumaguete City
Dumaguete City2 stops$1,136
General Santos
General Santos1 stop$994
Butuan1 stop$1,192
Kalibo2 stops$937

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FAQs - booking Philippines flights

  • If I am looking for flights to the popular Clark International Airport (CRK), what are some of my quickest options from the United States?

    One of the quickest ways that you can make this trip is to travel on two-stop flights aboard Philippine Airlines from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Another quick route of travel is to make the trip on a one-stop flight aboard Korean Air from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

  • If I would like to travel to the Philippines in January for the Sinulog Festival, what is the best way to get there from the United States?

    Since this festival takes place in the city of Cebu, most travelers will opt to fly to the Mactan-Cebu International Airport. Travelers departing from a city on the west coast of the United States, such as the San Francisco International Airport (SFO), can take one-stop flights aboard EVA Air and Philippine Airlines to this airport.

  • If I want to take a seaplane to a destination in the Philippines, what are some of the most popular routes?

    Since many passengers traveling from the United States to the Philippines will fly to the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, passengers will find a service provided by a company called Air Juan that can fly you from this airport to a variety of destinations throughout the Philippines.

  • What is the shortest trip I can make to the Philippines from Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA)?

    One of the quickest options to make this trip is to travel on one-stop flights aboard ANA Airlines, Japan Airlines, or EVA Air, which can make this trip in about 18 hours, including a layover. Typical layover cities on this route include Tokyo and Taipei City.

  • Are there nonstop flights to the Philippines?

    For travelers flying to the Philippines from outside of California, it’s not likely that you’ll find a direct route. Currently, the only nonstop flights to the Philippines depart from Los Angeles and San Francisco. All of the nonstop flights from these two cities arrive in the Philippines' busiest international airline hub: Manila.

  • Is a visa required to visit the Philippines?

    US citizens that plan to stay in the Philippines for less than 30 days must present a valid passport and a ticket to leave the Philippines to receive their entry visa.

  • Where should I fly into to get to Boracay?

    One of the most convenient ways to get to Boracay is to fly from Manila to the island of Panay in the Visayas. From Manila, you can fly to either Kalibo or Caticlan on Panay Island and the flight time to both is around 1h. You can also get a ferry to Boracay from either of these cities.

  • I want to visit Davao, where should I fly into?

    Davao is one of the commerce hubs of the Philippines and traveling to Davao directly from the United States will require a connecting flight. Flights from the US to Davao will fly into Mati Airport (DVO) after a connecting flight through Manila or Cebu.

  • How long is the flight to the Philippines?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to the Philippines takes 21h 46m, covering a distance of 7957 miles. The most popular route is Los Angeles - Manila with an average flight time of 14h 40m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to the Philippines?

    The cheapest ticket to the Philippines from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $566 one-way, and $608 round-trip. The most popular route is from Los Angeles to Manila and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $608.

  • Which airlines fly to the Philippines?

    Philippine Airlines, United Airlines & American Airlines fly the most frequently from the United States to the Philippines.

  • What are the most popular destinations in the Philippines?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Manila (83% of total searches to the Philippines). The next most popular destinations are Cebu City (8%) and Angeles City (5%). Searches for flights to Davao City (1%), to Cagayan de Oro (0.6%) and to Bacolod (0.3%) are also popular.

  • How does KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to the Philippines

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Philippines flight deals.
  • One of the most popular airport destinations in the Philippines is the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL). When flying here from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), passengers will find a number of one-stop flight options aboard Turkish Airlines, Asiana Airlines, and Philippine Airlines.
  • A quite popular airport destination in the Philippines is the Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB). When traveling from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), passengers will find one-stop flight options aboard Qatar Airways and Emirates.
  • One airport that has a great location on the coast of the Philippines is the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH). When flying from the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), you'll find a number of two-stop flight options to this airport.
  • Parents traveling to the Philippines with kids who plan on renting a car should know that this country does have a national seatbelt law that says that all children under twelve years old must travel in the rear of the vehicle, and they need to ride in an appropriate child safety seat.
  • If you are trying to get to Nacpan Beach in the El Nido region, the El Nido Airport (ENI) is the most convenient airport for the trip. If you plan on departing from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), you will find a number of two-stop flights that make the trip to the airport.
  • When booking your flight from US to the Philippines, you’ll most likely have a layover. The most common layovers take place in Vancouver, Shanghai and Seoul, with companies such as Philippine Airlines and Air Canada covering these routes.
  • For travelers looking to book a flight with as few stops as possible, you’ll want to book a flight to either Cebu or Manila. Most of the international air traffic from the United States will come through these major cities, with the most popular routes being operated by Eva Air and Cathay Pacific.
  • If you’re planning on seeing as much as possible throughout your time in the Philippines, Cebu can be a great option to fly into due to its location at the center of the collection of islands making up the Philippines. This city is also a major air hub that offers regional flights that go all over the country.
  • For those looking to travel to multiple islands in the Philippines after their flight, one of the most affordable ways to traverse the water between the islands is by ferry. The Philippines are connected with a dense system of ferry routes, with different boat types available to suit your budget and level of desired comfort.
  • The accepted currency in the Philippines is the Philippine peso but bringing cash to change into pesos can be a wasted effort, as ATM fees in the Philippines are comparable to what they are in the US, and the exchange rate can be more reliable through ATMs. If you’ll be using an ATM, using one while you’re still in or near the airport can be beneficial, as ATMs on some smaller islands are few and far between.
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Top 5 airlines flying to the Philippines

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to the Philippines? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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Terrible experience will never fly Delta again. Delayed flight with total disorganization and inept crew who wouldn’t communicate.

2.0 MediocreAnonymous, Jul 2024SEA - ICN
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Terrible experience will never fly Delta again. Delayed flight with total disorganization and inept crew who wouldn’t communicate.

Will try never to fly Delta international again. Flight delayed and staff completely inept in dealing with it. Would not communicate, rude, completely disorganized. Once we reached Seoul the staff there had no idea what to do with us and led us around the airport from one pointless line to another. They were clearly not told how to manage the situation even though they had hours to make a plan. Never again.

They texted me my gate number and then they texted me again it’s now boarding but in different gate, and the gate was so far from the gate they texted me earlier. I have to run just to get to my flight. They always do that.

My flight with Korean Air went quite well, I've flown with them for many years and have grown accustomed to their great service.

Overall, very uneventful and pleasant experience. Most importantly, no delays.

The flight crews were extremely professional, helpful, and courteous. Departure and arrival times were accurate. No delay. I will use K airline again. Thanks

Everything about Korean air is great, hands down! Will always prefer this airline from other carriers.

I enjoyed flying on Korean Air. The service was great and the food was yummy, especially the bibimbap and cold spicy noodles. The only thing that bummed me out on this red-eye flight was that my seat did not properly recline so I was not able to sleep.

Crew was ok, but some passengers were a bit rude. Again, all outlets were not working, only the really slow charging usb plug on the entertainment system. Entertainment system was also bugged, some features just crash, the touch screen wasn't working and when trying to watch a movie the onscreen display kept flashing off and on making it very difficult to watch.

Great crew, decent food Charging plugs were broken on both seats next to me. Only the USB port was available, and that charges, very, very slowly. Seat was also broken, it would not lock into position when reclining.

On time service. Seat comfort and the crew service very good .

Only one Hindi movie from LAvto Taipei and same movie from Taipei to Singapore Really horrible and we call it entertainment???

Food was ok. Could have been better. Entertainment was limited, especially for kids.

The crew was very helpful. Food was prepared with great care and tasted wonderful. Movie selection was a bit limited. The bedding on the seat is a little too thin for sleeping.

Their announcement was not quite clear in Chinese. The rest is pretty good.

The hygiene of the bathrooms were terrible. Urine smells leaked out into the cabin and the seats were really tight, even for a petite woman like myself. Flight attendants did not go through the cabin enough to offer refreshments.

Fast and efficient boarding. Flight was on time. Service was very good for our long flight. First time flying with this airline and I would highly recommend.

Eva Air's Business Class is pretty decent. With the given price, I think that the food can be better.

Pleasant, comfortable, and entertaining. All told, ZERO issues with it. And sadly, so far the flight was WAY more comfortable than the hellhole that is "Lambug Beach Resort" at Badian Beach!

It was a pleasant fly with Eva Air from NYC to Taipei. The crew were friendly and the food was exceeded my expectation.

Not many selections for entertainment. Bulk head seats are no longer available with out fee at the counter. That’s pretty lame.

Everything was efficient. Good leg room. Food was good. Staff were friendly.

I would have liked to know how to order a special meal (for medical purposes) before the flight.

Very good , the weather was terrible, but i admired the professionality and politeness and care from the crew, and the excellent contition of the plane

My flight to Los Angeles was canceled Had to book another flight and you charged me extra $500 Very bad experience

It was a 2 hour flight to Taiwan. Lunch was served. China Airlines goes above and beyond for their passengers.

They were helpful, considerate with asking us for standby preboarding with our infant, gave us toys and excellent service onboard. They were always on time, even early boarding once! All our luggage arrived intact, and they even brought our baby car seat to oversized for us. We love China Airlines!

It felt like a new plane. Decent leg room in economy, food was fine, and the plane didn’t feel super dry and uncomfortable.

3 of the 4 flights had delays despite the weather being fine, but still managed to make all connections

Ask flight attendant for water during flight and she was a little rude get the water.

There is very little in the title" Premium" in the Economy experience with Cathay, Melbourne to Hong Kong. The seats are uncomfortable and the cabin with outdated 1990's decor and trim. The food service was sloppy and the leg room providing little to no advantage over regular economy seating. Infact, the Sunday flight was not fill occupancy and I would have done better saving the significant additional costs for the PREMIUM ticket and taken advantage of the seating. If you are a regular premium economy traveler of EMIRATES expecting the same experience on CATHAY, you will be disappointed. Emirates far superior.

My biggest complaint is the comfort and no good movies to choose from. My headphones didn't work either. 😔

Bad experience. Departure time delayed from 1610 to 1740. After the flight was pushed back, pilot said there was a technical issue on the aircraft and we couldn’t take off. Delayed another hour to solve it.

Great, the flight attendants were very friendly and the food was also good.

The overall flight went well and the aircrew was pleasant.

Cathay Pacific seems to be an airline in trouble and on its way out. Lots of broken or poorly functioning things like entertainment screens, seats, and enough well trained staff to handle a full flight. Sad...

The flight crew was exceptionally good. Personal needs were well met. The food choices were very nice.

Excellent. Planes are a little older and could get some refurbishment, but besides that everything was excellent.

While I was in great pain, the seat was sufficiently comfortable to allow me to rest and not be in so much pain.

we were upgraded which was a blessing and tender mercy for us. I fell the day before and was in extreme pain from knee to shoulder. Sitting in a more comfortable seat during the flight was an unexpected blessing and experience.

Food was satisfactory, movie monitor not working. Other than that on time and pleasant crew.

First and foremost it was a Philippine experiences ,number one non- stop flight no lay over not other airlines,number two ,boarding they calling by ground letter.number 3 stay on time no delay flight

Worst airline. They had 3 security checks just to get onboard and no notification prior. Had to throw away any liquid bought at duty free because one of the security checks was prior to boarding the plane. My onboard media console was not working, the flight attendant said they will check on it but did nothing. Pretended we did not ask for it to be rectified for a 17hr plane ride. Horrible experience. My first and last time taking Philippines Airlines.

first time flying PAL/WAMOS, ang got to say, i’ve had much worst… the good: - front sitting is not too bad. legroom is pretty good considering economy standards. - staff is friendly and pleasant, starting with checkin, boarding and flight. not unforgettable, but pretty good. the bad: - boarding: stick with rules. besides priority sitting, when you say board from certain range of numbers (starting from back), make sure you let everyone know to stick with this… not with everyone letting in all at once! - food: had fish ad family members had beef. both are quite bad (saying this nicely). the fish is dry, whilest beef is rough as leather. both tasteless. - washrooms arr dirty! - seats, though good legroom, not much padding, hard on the backside! - entertainment: feature movie is the bachelor (circa 1999). no music offerings.

Bad experience... Flight schedule should be on time, ours was 2 hours delayed both ways ,Mla-Panglao-Mla. Priority lane for Seniors & PWD should be practice but our Panglao-Manila flight, both priority & regular lanes boarded the at the same time, the only difference is that we were coming on 2 different lanes. It depletes the purpose of priority lanes.

Poor check in attitude , terrible food , movies selection poor, food came out cold , service terrible , entertainment system also broke so we had to use a iPad , worst biz class I have ever been on

When I checked in, there was no option available for selecting a gluten-free meal. The lounge offerings were inadequate for someone with a gluten-free diet, and the staff in the lounge were not helpful at all.

Check-in was tedious. They could just have used the electronic boarding passes and counter checked the passengers’ names in their manifest. What’s the use of the early checkin if we still have to queue at the only 1 functioning checkin counter!

I’m 6’2” and the seats were too close together for my knees, very uncomfortable.

So far pal express is much better than Cebu pacific in terms of customers service and in flight crew. And on time departure and arrival . Especially if you're taking airbus 320 plane . But the small aircraft like bombardier . It usually delayed .

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