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|February||Best time to beat the crowds (4% less expensive on average)|
|December||Most popular time to fly (10% more expensive on average)|
Average price of a return ticket
|£830||(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)|
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Top tips for finding cheap flights to the Philippines
- Looking for cheap airfare to the Philippines? 25% of our users found return tickets to the Philippines for the following prices or less: From Manchester £603, from Birmingham £614, from London £632
- Book at least 2 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
- High season is considered to be January, November and December. The cheapest month to fly to the Philippines is February.
- The Philippines has a number of international airports that serve as hubs for onward connections to other islands. The main hub is Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) and from here you can explore the northern islands. Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB) is in the centre of the Philippines, which provides good connections for north and south, while Davao International Airport (DVO) in the south is a hub to fly into if you would like to explore the south of the country.
- Visitors wanting to spend time at the beach or do some diving in the Philippines should consider flying from UK to Cebu, which is located in the centre of the archipelago and will give you access to various beach destinations, such as Mactan Island, where Cebu airport is situated, and Pangloa – a small island just a ferry ride or a short plane hop away from Cebu.
- If you are looking at flights to Philippines so you can visit Puerto Princesa Subterranean River located on Palawan, you should consider flying to Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport and then booking an onward flight to Puerto Princesa International Airport (PPS). The flight takes around 1h 25min and the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River is approximately a 46 mi drive from the airport.
- British passport holders are able to enter the Philippines for 30 days without a visa. For those staying as a visitor for longer than 30 days and up to 59 days, you will need to organise a visa from the Philippine Embassy. Your passport should be valid for the duration of the time you intend to spend in the Philippines.
- Local currency can be purchased at foreign exchange counters in airports, hotels and some banks using cash in Pounds Sterling or US Dollars. Traveller’s cheques are rarely accepted and sometimes ATMs will accept international debit or credit cards. It should be noted that as you can only bring up to 50,000 PHP (approximately 736 GBP) into the Philippines in cash, you should arrange to buy your currency when you arrive at the airport.
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