Cheap flights from Manila Ninoy Aquino to Dubai
Flight information Manila Ninoy Aquino to Dubai
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 6921 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB
Frequently asked questions
If you are looking to travel from Manila Ninoy Aquino to Dubai you will be able to travel directly with a few airlines. The three airlines currently operating direct flights from Manila to Dubai are Cebu Pacific, Emirates and Philippine Airlines, with all flights arriving at Dubai International Airport.
* This information is correct as of February 2019
Airport Information - Arriving
Dubai International Airport is the busiest airport in the UAE. It consists of three passenger terminals and is located just 5 km from central Dubai. When you have arrived at the airport there are a few ways to reach your destination including public transport. The Dubai metro network can be accessed directly from Terminal 1 or Terminal 3, while there are also local buses available. Alternatively, you can easily catch a metered taxi or visit one of the many car rental agencies. You’ll find a wealth of shops available at the airport selling everything from the latest luxury brands to duty-free products and travel essentials. There are also numerous restaurants, fast food chains and cafés for hungry travelers alongside additional amenities like free Wi-Fi access, many airport lounges and rest zones.
Airport Information - Departing
Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the main airport serving Manila located just 7 km from the city and made up of four passenger terminals. The airport is linked to the city by public transport with both bus and metro-rail services available. The majority of international flights are handled at Terminal 1, but check with your airline where your departure terminal is just to be sure. The airport is home to an excellent variety of amenities and services for passengers to enjoy. There are several restaurants, snack bars and cafés located across the airport where you can refuel before your journey, or you can spend your time browsing through the extensive travel, retail and duty-free shops on offer. Other amenities provided to travelers at the airport include free Wi-Fi access, children’s play areas and several airport lounges.
What to Expect in Dubai
There are plenty of hotels in Dubai catering for every budget. Filipino nationals traveling to the UAE will have to have a visa so must complete an application in advance. In Dubai temperatures get hotter than Manila during the summer with average highs exceeding 40 degrees, while you can still expect warm temperatures for the rest of the year. Dubai is popular for most of the year but you will find it is busier over the winter period as temperatures are a lot cooler. In general prices in Dubai will be a higher than Manila for things like accommodation and transportation, while the currency you will need is the United Arab Emirates dirham. Find out the best places to visit and the best things you can do for free.
More guides to Dubai and the UAE
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.