Philippine Airlines flights to take you to Manila and back from $554

Posted: 24 March 2017 12:33 pm


Fly direct from major Australian cities from June to August 2017.

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Philippine Airlines has been taking us across the world lately in its Anniversary Sale. The latest fares to catch our eye with this airline? Direct flights to Manila from $554 return.

Flights depart from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Cairns with the cheapest ($554 return) departing from Sydney.

These fares are for select flights between June and August - though if you feel you want to back an Aussie or rack up those Qantas Frequent Flyer points, Qantas also has direct flights to Manila during a similar travel period from $578 return.

Here's an idea of what's on offer:

Flying Philippine Airlines

  • Sydney to Manila: from $554 return
  • Melbourne to Manila: from $627 return
  • Brisbane to Manila: from $636 return
  • Darwin to Manila: from $543 return
  • Cairns to Manila: from $772 return

Flying Qantas

  • Sydney to Manila: from $578 return
  • Melbourne to Manila: from $607 return
  • Brisbane to Manila: from $708 return

These fares are not part of any particular promotion and are available until sold out.

Book: I Want that Flight has all the flight deals and fares to Manila on Qantas and Philippine Airlines.

Want to fly cheaper? If you're not fussed about having full service on-board your flight you can get to the Philippines on budget airlines such as AirAsia from $289 return (departing Perth). Check out the cheapest fares from your base here.

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