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Cheap flights from Dubai to Manila

Flight information Dubai to Manila Ninoy Aquino

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

AED 1,048

Non-stop airlines

4

Flights per week

31

Average flight time, total distance 6921 kilometers

8h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Emirates

Manila Ninoy Aquino

1 airport

Ninoy Aquino International Airport is Manila’s primary airport situated only 7 km from the city. If you are booking flights from Dubai to Manila (DXBA to MNL) you can make the journey with Cebu Pacific, Emirates and Philippine Airlines. Be advised that all flights to Manila from Dubai depart from Dubai International Airport, the country’s primary airport and not to be confused with Al Maktoum International Airport. Find out how to get great deals to Manila. You can also use our guide to find the best time to book your flight tickets from Dubai to Manila.

* This information is correct as of February 2019

Airport Information - Arriving

Ninoy Aquino International Airport is situated just 7 km from the city center of Manila and is comprised of four passenger terminals. Once your flight has touched down the airport there are numerous ways that you can travel into the city including by public transport. There are local bus routes available which offer a budget mode of transport, or you can hop on the Metro-Rail network. Alternatively, plenty of taxis can be found and there are also car rental companies available at the airport if you want your own vehicle. The airport itself offers a broad range of amenities and facilities to keep travelers happy. Along with plenty of cafés, restaurants and eateries, you can browse through duty-free shops and other travel and retail stores.

Airport Information - Departing

Dubai International Airport is one of the world’s busiest airports and the primary international airport in Dubai. Consisting of three passenger terminals, the airport offers everything you could possibly need in terms of facilities and amenities. Getting to the airport is possible by public transport as it is directly connected to the Dubai metro network, while you can also make the trip by bus if this is more convenient for you. During your time at the airport you will find a huge range of designer, retail and duty-free shops to browse through, while there are also plenty of different cafés, restaurants and fast food chains available. Additional amenities available include complimentary Wi-Fi, numerous airport lounges and even on site gardens to relax before your journey.

What to Expect in Manila

Check out the top hotels in Manila for every budget. In Manila you can expect the weather to be warm across the year, although temperatures do not quite reach the highs of Dubai with average highs of 29 to 33 degrees. Be advised there is a lengthy rainy season in the region which begins in June and carries on through until October. The peak travel season in Manila is from November to February which is when the region experiences its driest weather, leading to an influx of visitors looking to enjoy the many wonders Manila has to offer. Manila is notorious for its bad traffic and frantic driving conditions, but you can quite easily navigate the city using its extensive public transport network to avoid getting stuck in traffic. As a UAE national traveling to the Philippines, you will be able to enter the country visa free for up to 30 days at a time.

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