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Cheap Flights From Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport

The capital city of Manila is on the northernmost island of the Philippines. Because of its convenient location by the South China Sea, flights out of the city to other countries in eastern Asia are typically inexpensive. Find the best flight deals from Manila to destinations around the world using Skyscanner's powerful search tools.

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The Airport in Manila

Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) is the main airport in the southeastern Asian city and its surrounding metropolitan area. MNL offers both domestic and international nonstop or connecting flights. The airport is 4 miles south of central Manila, southwest of Makati City's Central Business District. It has 4 independent terminal buildings that share the same runway. Over 45 airlines operate out of MNL, including Air China, Delta, Emirates, and United Airlines.

Bargain Flights from Manila

Domestic travel within the Philippines can be extremely cheap, with many round-trip flights costing under $100. Visit Mount Apo, the country's highest peak, for a very low price. Flights from MNL to Davao start at just $50. If you're ready to get out of the country for a little bit, consider a trip to Bangkok. See the posh Grand Palace or engage in retail therapy at the CentralWorld shopping plaza with the money you save from your $111 nonstop flight. For a real change of scenery, head over the Sydney for a week of surfing in Bondi Beach for just $268.

How to Get to MNL

There are several public transportation options to get to Manila Ninoy Aquino International. Take a bus or taxi, but the airport warns you to make sure it is either official or pre-booked. The airport is also connected to the Manila Light Rail Transit System, so you can choose to ride the train to catch your flight. Once you're at the airport, a shuttle is available to connect you to the different terminals. Provide ample time, as the shuttles depart every 15 minutes.

What to Do at the Airport

Each of the airport's four terminals provides typical airport restaurants and shops, but terminals 1 and 3 offer access to unique VIP lounges. Enjoy fresh coffee and tea, cable TV, guide assistance, and more. Find the lounges after the immigration area in terminal 1 and in the pre-departure area in terminal 3.

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