Cheap Flights from London to Manila Ninoy Aquino
Flight information London to Manila Ninoy Aquino
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Average flight time, total distance 6676 miles
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Manila Ninoy Aquino
This information is correct as of February 2016
Airlines that fly from London to Manila
Direct flights from London to Manila are available from Philippine Airlines, departing from London Heathrow.
Flights from London to Manila with one connection are available from China Southern who fly from London Heathrow via Guangzhou, China.
Heathrow Airport has four terminals and both China Southern and Philippine Airlines flights depart from Terminal 4. Passengers should plan to arrive at Heathrow Airport at least 3 hours before their flight to Manila is scheduled to depart. If you check in online, which is recommended you will save time at the airport. If you do not have printing facilities for your boarding pass you can check in at the airport. Bag drop desks are located in the check in zones if you have hold luggage which you need to check in.
The Terminal 4 departures lounge at Heathrow Airport is home to a wide choice of shops and places to eat. Shops include designer brands, high street favourites and airport essentials such as Alexander McQueen, Ted Baker, Boots, Michael Kors, World Duty Free and Gucci. Restaurants and cafes at Terminal 4 serve a variety of cuisines; Bridge, Apostrophe, Pret a Manger and Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar.
There is unlimited Wi-Fi access available at Heathrow Airport, as well as mobile phone and laptop charging points throughout the departure lounge.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Ninoy Aquino International Airport is located 13km outside of the city of Manila, on the Luzon island of the Philippines. There are three terminals at the airport, Philippine Airlines flights arrive into Terminal 2 and China Southern Airlines flights arrive into Terminal 1.
Onward travel options from Ninoy Aquino International Airport into Manila include car hire, taxi, bus services, local jeepneys and trains. Trains depart from the Baclaran station which can be reached by bus or a short taxi. If you’re travelling beyond the city centre or main resorts car hire or a taxi, which can be prepaid at the airport would be recommended.
Jeepneys are a popular form of public transport in the Philippines, they’re kitsch decorative buses and one of the cheapest ways to get around although they can be overcrowded. There are a number of Jeepney routes at the airport from Terminal 1 and 2, the stops and destination are posted on the windshield. These cost 8.50 Pesos for the first 4km, then 1.5 Pesos for each kilometre thereafter.
British Citizens can travel to the Philippines for up to 30 days without a visa, for stays beyond this you will need to obtain a tourist visa from the Philippine Embassy which will allow an initial stay of 59 days before you need to apply for an extension.
You will be required to get a Yellow Fever vaccination before you travel to the Philippines
What to expect in Manila
Manila has a tropical climate, with hot humid weather throughout the year and very little seasonal fluctuations when it comes to temperature. Manila has a dry season between December and May followed by the wet season when typhoons and high levels of rainfall are frequent.
The cost of visiting Manila is significantly lower than London, although taxis are one of the more expensive options when it comes to travelling around Manila they are around 90% cheaper than London fares. Eating out in Manila will be approximately 70% cheaper, with a three course meal for two costing around £15.
Manila, Philippines is 8 hours ahead of London, UK.
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