By Air, Philippine Airlines, Airfil Express, Cebu Pacific, ZestAir, Seair, Tiger Airways, and Asian Air provide flight services to major cities in the Philippines.
These airlines offer great deals and discounts on flights several times a year making the flight in the Philippines cheaper. There are also regular charter flights to large local destinations that serve smaller passenger planes.
Philippines Airlines (PAL) is carrying flags of the Philippines. It serves 20 destinations in the Philippines and 26 destinations in Southeast Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Oceania and North America. Locally, PAL flies to the major Philippine cities of Manila and Cebu, while internationally, it flies between Manila (to a lesser extent) and cities in the Asia-Pacific region, in the Western United States, Canada and Australia.
Airphil Express (formerly Air Philippines) is a budget airline based in Pasay City, the capital of the United States, Metro Manila.It operates both domestic and international scheduled services in Manila, Cebu, Davao and Zamboanga.It flies locally to major cities all over the world while International, it flies between Manila and Singapore, Manila and Kuala Lumpur, Clark and Hong Kong, Cebu and Hong Kong. 19659002] Cebu Pacific Air is a budget airline based on Terminal 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Passay City, Metro Manila.It is currently the nation's leading carrier of air, serving the most local destinations with the greatest number of flights and routes.Crossally, it flies to Bangkok, Busan, Guangzhou, Zhou, Ho Chi Minh Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Taipei.
Zest Airways (formerly Asian Wind) is a budget airline based on Nino Aquino International Airport in Passai City , Metro Manila. From a territorial point of view, it flew to major cities all over the country, while it flew between Manila and Inchun, Manila and Shanghai, Manila and Nanjing, Yang, Cebu and Incheon, Calibu and Incheon, Calibu and Pusan, Calibu and Shanghai, Clebo and Taipei.
Seair or Southeast Asia airline is the second oldest airline to provide flight in the Philippines. It is known as the leading Philippine airline and offers the following internal destinations: Manila, Boracay, Tannas, Tables (Rumbelon), Clark, Cebu, Tacloban, Prato Princesa, Cagayan De Oro, Ilo, Davao, Bacolod and Calibu. – Singapore, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu and Bangkok. Flight under the Tiger-SEAir partnership (all international flights from the local Clark NAIA-Cebu / Davao flights) are sold through the Tiger Air website. On December 16, 2010, Tiger Airways officially launched a partnership, according to which Tiger will lease aircraft to the Shire, and Sir will operate the aircraft with Explorer's capabilities, using a pilot of the Explorer and the cabin crew.
- Fly of Sayer from Manila to Celebun
- Fly of Sayer from Manila to Takeloben
- Fly from Sayer from Manila to Iloilo
- Fly from Sayer from Manila to Puerto Princesa
- 19659009] Flies of a Storm from Manila to Bacolod
Tiger Airways is a cheap airline that provides flights to Singapore, Australia, Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asian countries, including the Philippines. Is based on the budget terminal of Changi Airport in Singapore. However, on September 25, 2012, it will begin operating at Terminal 2 of Singapore Airport Angie due to the demolition of the budget terminal for Terminal 4 in the future in 2017. Tiger Airways partnered with Seair on December 16, 2010 to provide flights at a more reasonable price
- Manila to Cebu (vv)
- Manila to Cebu (vv)
- Manila to Iloilo (vv)
- Manila to Iloilo
- Manila to Jakarta (vv) (Singapore Road)
- Manila to Phuket (vv) (Singapore Road)
- Manila to Thiruvananthapuram (vv)
- Clark to Kangabalu
- Clark to Hong Kong (vv)
- Clark to Bangkok [vv]
- Clark to Singapore [vv]
Manila to Singapore (vv)
Air Asia is Asia's largest low-cost airline and pioneer of low-cost airfare not only in the Philippines, but also in Asia. AirAsia operates domestic and international flights to more than 400 destinations across 25 countries, including the Philippines. Its main center is the Low Cost Terminal Carrier (LCCT) at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Its Philippine company, Air Asia Philippines began its first flight in March 2012, in partnership with Filipino businessman Antonio Kog, Ngoco, Michael Romero and Marianne Huntybros. Air Asia Center Philippines International is Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA).
- Clark to Davao (v.v.)
- Clark to Kalibo (v.v.)
- Clark to Puerto Princesa (v.v)
- Clark to the Gold Coast
- Clark to Hong Kong
- Clark to Hong Kong
- Clark to Macao (vv)