Cheap Flights from Manila Ninoy Aquino to Caticlan (Boracay)

Flight information Manila Ninoy Aquino to Caticlan (Boracay)

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Cheap Flights from Manila Ninoy Aquino to Caticlan (Boracay)

You're already enjoying the architecture, history, and culture of Manila--why not take a short flight to Caticlan Airport near Boracay? Many people consider Boracay to be one of the best beaches in the world.

Flying Out of Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport

Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport (MNL) is the largest airport in the Philippines. It's located in Pasay City, about seven miles from Manila.

Flights from Manila Airport to Caticlan Airport are just a quick jump from one island of the Philippines to another. You can get a direct flight from AirAsia, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, SkyJet, Cebgo, and PAL Express. Manila Airport has four terminals. Terminal 2 is for Philippine Airlines and PAL Express only. AirAsia and Cebu Pacific use terminal 3, while SkyJet and Cebgo fly from terminal 4. A variety of beautiful gardens and plants have been incorporated into the airport's design, particularly in terminal 2.

When to Get to the Airport

Manila Ninoy Aquino Airport advises travelers to get to the airport three hours before a flight, especially if your flight is during peak hours. U.S. citizens are required to have a valid passport to travel to and around the Philippines. If your trip is less than 30 days, you don't need a travel visa.

Arriving in Caticlan (Boracay)

The new name of the Caticlan Airport (MPH) is Boracay Airport, but it is also known as Godofredo P. Ramos Airport. The airport is located near Malay in the Aklan province. It's about six miles from Boracay. When traveling to Boracay, ground transportation also includes water. You'll need to go from the airport to the port, and then to your hotel on Boracay. You can book a service that includes all these parts of the trip, or you can go on your own. You can get from the airport to Caticlan port by hired motor trike. From there, you'll catch a ferry to Boracay port. Then you can catch another motor trike to your hotel.

Time, Weather, and Language in Boracay

Both Manila and Boracay are in the Philippine Time Zone, so there's no change in time.

Boracay has a tropical climate, with high humidity and frequent rain. The rainy season runs from June through October. Temperatures remain consistently warm throughout the year, with averages ranging from a low of 71°F to a high of 93°F.

The official languages of the Philippines are English and Filipino. In Boracay, they also speak Tagalog, Aklanon, and other local languages. The staff at hotels and restaurants can usually speak English.

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