Cheap flights to the Philippines
Before you tick Asia off your bucket list, check out the vibrant Philippines archipelago, an island nation full of people, volcanoes, street parties and churches. It's an odd combination, but it works. Ready to go? Student Flights has the cheapest Philippines flights with first-rate international carriers. Do you teach? Are you a full-time student? Are you under 26? Our rocking Black Market Flights fares might save you major bucks, ask our consultants how today.
Flights from Australia to the Philippines leave daily, usually touching down in Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Mactan Cebu International Airport and Devao's Francisco Bangoy International Airport. Most airports in the Philippines are a short trip away from the CBD, offering awesome public transport options including buses, trains and ferries.
Direct flights from Australia to the Philippines depart from Melbourne regularly, while other routes may include stopovers either in Australia or Asia. Non-stop trips from Melbourne to Manila take around 8.5 hours in total, while other flights will be longer depending on your point of origin and any stopovers. Airlines will often provide a tasty range of meals, refreshments and snacks in addition to various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to the Philippines
Major airlines that fly from Australia to the Philippines:
Philippines Holiday Packages
The break you've been putting off has just arrived. The Philippines is just around the corner – travel smart and bundle your accommodation, flights and tours into a Philippines holiday package. At Student Flights, we'll finding the right add-ons, holiday specials and extra features to send you into an excited tailspin. Our customisable Philippines holiday packages are made just for you.
About the Philippines
The Philippines is a sun-baked slither of Asia. Spanish-inspired fiestas reflect the community buzz underpinning the atmosphere of the Philippines, it's a come-as-you-are kind of place. Check out the Taal Volcano, follow the trails of Echo Valley, dive under the coral of Apo Reef Natural Park and find your sense of adventure deep in untouched jungles scattered across the isles. Feeling brave? The heights of Mount Halcon aren't for the faint-hearted.
Find out more about what to see and do in the Philippines with our Philippines Travel Guide and get clued in. Studied up? Call our Student Flights travel gurus for up-to-the-minute info about flights, accommodation and tours.