Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Travelling in Philippines

Most of the world's major international airlines operate services to the Philippines' main airport- Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Metro Manila. The best connections are with Singapore Airlines who fly to Manila and Cebu daily via Singapore.Other popular carriers from Europe are Malaysia Airlines and Royal Brunei Airlines. Philippine Airline resumes its flight to Europe 2009. Mactan International Airport, in Cebu, is served by direct flights from Japan, Singapore and Hongkong. Most ports in the Philippines can be reached by sea, but there are no official international passenger routes. If you do arrive by sea you will require an outbound air ticket before you will be allowed entry.


This is NAIA


Our PAL (Philippine Airlines)



Mactan International Airport

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