Top 5 Airlines with Cheapest Rates in the Philippines

May 13, 2014 by     No Comments    Posted under: Blog


Cebu Pacific

 RP-C3265 A320-214 Cebu Pacific Air from SJByles

RP-C3265 A320-214 Cebu Pacific Air from SJByles

Working as Cebu Pacific Air based on Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Pasay City, Metro Manila, this airline has the most recorded flights in the country. It is a budget-friendly carrier as it has been known all over the globe.

It flies to 24 international destinations across Asia such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Dubai and Kuala Lumpur.  Locally, the airlines travel to 34 places such as Camiguin, Palawan, Cagayan de Oro, Camiguin and Surigao among other tourist destination spots.

Its local-based fare costs at least 588Php (inclusive of taxes, terminal fees and administration fees), depending on the type of seats you select from the flight. International destinations are priced at least 2000 PhP to 2500 PhP for short-haul flights. Truly, this airline caters to travelers who plan to visit tourist destinations at a low cost rate.

The service aboard Cebu Pacific include entertainment contests to excite its passengers. Hot meals and snacks are also offered to customers such as the Chicken Rendang, Chicken Curry and Black Pepper Chicken to enhance the dining experience aboard this extraordinary plane.

PAL Express

 PAL Express RP-C3017 from borgylicious

PAL Express RP-C3017 from borgylicious

Formerly known as Air Philippines, this newly established airline offers affordable seating pleasures to explore the Philippines’ rich destination spots.

It currently navigates on six international destinations such as Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Dubai. As Philippine Airlines’ sister carrier, its fleet shares the same local destinations such as Davao, Cebu, Manila and Kalibo.

Plane tickets for domestic flights aboard the PAL Express are at least 698 PhP for a one way trip and at 10, 190PhP for international flights.

This airline serves its customers with various choices of snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.

Philippine Airlines

 Philippine Airlines Boeing 737-3Y0; EI-B from Aero Icarus

Philippine Airlines Boeing 737-3Y0; EI-B from Aero Icarus

As the country’s flag carrier, Philippine Airlines serves direct US flights from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila at very comfortable prices.

Domestic flights of this airplane routes from Manila to places like Cebu, Davao and Kalibo. Internationally, it reaches US, Sydney, London and Honolulu, generally recognized as tourist destination spots.

Flight rates ranges from 14623 PHP per route for international flights to at least 1363 PhP for domestic flights. Discounts are also available for Filipino senior citizens with a 20% off on domestic flights and infants under the age of two will also get a 90% on ticket fares without a seat.

Philippine Airlines caters to cuisines specially prepared for vegetarians and to the kinds that appeal to the typical type of customer. A vast array of Western and Asian delicacies to the origins of Filipino cuisines are sure to be enjoyed aboard as you take flights to various destination spots of your desired liking. A couple of entertainment activities are also offered by the crew to make the experience more enjoyable.

Airasia Zest

 AirAsia Zest Airbus A320-216 [RP-C8970] from Diego Roxas

AirAsia Zest Airbus A320-216 [RP-C8970] from Diego Roxas

To satisfy the necessity of travelers to tour places all over Asia, Airasia Zest airline has definitely reached its goal in making flying possible for every tourist out there. It has been notes as the best and leading airline in Asia and was named the World’s Best Low Cost Airline.

This airline travels through 20 countries all over the world for low-cost aviation experiences that every traveler ought to take a chance at availing of.

Locally, it navigates to cities of the Philippines such as Cebu, Davao, Palawan, Cagayan de Oro and Iloilo. Internationally, it reaches countries like  Malaysia, Korea and China.

Airplane ticket rates for domestic flights are at 888 Php. International flights are priced at 1,088 for the least priced among the destination spots all over the world.

It gives passengers choices of appetizing hot meals for vegetarians and halal cuisines. Entertainment aboard the plane includes the use of gadgets like Galaxy Tab for your games, movies and music pleasure to keep you amused during the flight.

Tigerair Philippines

 Tigerair Philippines A320-232 RP-C6319 from Lachlan Gatland Aviation Photography

Tigerair Philippines A320-232 RP-C6319 from Lachlan Gatland Aviation Photography

Recognized as one of the leading budget carriers in Asia, Tiger Airways is definitely a good choice in booking for a flight to and fro the Philippines. Based in Singapore, it has been one of the preferred airlines for travelers when they wish to go to the Philippines. It is also the marketing partnership of another Philippine-based domestic airlaine Seaair.

Its local destinations around the Philippines include the famous cities of Cebu and Davao. Internationally, it reaches countries such as Thailand and China and Singapore.

Ticket rates aboard TigerAir Philippines ranges from at least 2014 PhP for domestic flights and at 2699 PhP for international flights.

Accommodations aboard the plane includes hot meals such as the Mutton Briyani and the Nasi Lemak. Entertainment for the passenger’s leisure time include interesting magazines that you can read during the trip.

To make your trip to the Philippines, these airlines are recommended for you to help you make it easier to travel into beautiful places with jaw-dropping views and fun activities that this country has to offer. So what are you waiting for? Pick an airline and book tickets for the awesome travel adventure to the Philippine Islands.

 

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