Full service Philippines flights from $459 return
Taking off from four Aussie cities for up to $210 less with Philippine Airlines.
It's a rare sight when Philippine Airlines slashes the dollars off flights to its home country, but today it has.
It's pegged flights from Darwin to Manila down to $459 return, with flights from other cities not far behind. This includes Brisbane to Manila from $469 and Sydney to Manila from $519 return.
Flights are for travel from 1 May to 31 July 2018 which is both shoulder and peak season, making it ideal whether you're after a trip without the crowds or one with the family that aligns nicely with the school holiday period. As it's the Australian winter, it's also an exceptional opportunity to escape the winter blues.
These are the cheapest prices currently being advertised on the Flight Centre website and, as far as Darwin is concerned, undercuts prices advertised on I Want That Flight by $210.
As far as flights from other cities, you can find cheaper fares, though you will be flying budget airlines like AirAsia and CEBU Pacific with savings of only around $70. It's up to you, but considering you get checked baggage and in-flight meals and entertainment both ways with Philippine Airlines, it may be worth your while to splash the cash, especially if you were going to add these extras on anyway.
This sale with Philppine Airlines runs until 19 November 2017, unless seats sell out prior and can be booked now through Flight Centre.
Fares and routes in the Philippine Airlines sale:
|Darwin||Manila||1 May - 31 July 2018||$459||Book your flights to Manila|
|Brisbane||Manila||1 May - 31 July 2018||$469||Book your flights to Manila|
|Sydney||Manila||1 May - 31 July 2018||$519||Book your flights to Manila|
|Melbourne||Manila||1 May - 31 July 2018||$579||Book your flights to Manila|
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