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The cheapest time of year to fly to Manila from Belfast is September. The most expensive is December.
Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Japan Airlines are the most popular carriers operating from Belfast to Manila
Belfast Intl - Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl
Fly from Belfast Intl to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl for the best Belfast - Manila flight prices
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The cheapest time to buy a flight from Belfast to Manila is approximately 60 days to departure
If you are looking to fly from Belfast to Manila, you are most likely going to fly from Belfast Intl Airport to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl Airport, the most popular airports on that route. When booking your trip to Manila, it is helpful to have an alternative airport to fly out of. The nearest airport to Belfast Intl Airport is Belfast City Airport which is located in Belfast. The cheapest route from Belfast to Manila is BHD — MNL with an average price of £677 RT during the month of June.
|KLM||PriceFrom £417||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Emirates||PriceFrom £459||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Etihad Airways||PriceFrom £574||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Qatar Airways||PriceFrom £747||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Malaysia Airlines||PriceFrom £763||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Cathay Pacific||PriceFrom £781||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Japan Airlines||PriceFrom £964||Free Cancellation||Rating|
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Belfast to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travellers: Emirates, KLM, and Malaysia Airlines.
A flight from Belfast to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl will travel around 6734.7 mi. In terms of flight time, this usually takes a little over 18h 25m.
It’s not possible to book direct flights from Belfast City to Manila at present, given the long-haul nature of the route. You can however catch a one-stop flight once a day from Belfast City Airport (BHD) on Aer Lingus or British Airways. These flights stop at Heathrow Airport (LHR) where you’ll transfer to Philippine Airlines to fly to Manila Ninoy Aquino International (MNL). Your travel time will be around 13 hours and 45 minutes. The quickest one-stop flights leave Belfast on Aer Lingus and make two stops – the first at Heathrow for a change to Singapore Airlines, and the second at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). This flight will take about 22 hours and 25 minutes. Alternatively, you can fly first to Heathrow and then change to Etihad Airways for a flight to your second stop at Abu Dhabi International (AUH). If you prefer to fly on British Airways, you’ll fly via Heathrow and then Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) where you’ll change to Philippine Airlines for the final leg. Keep an eye on momondo for cheap flights from Belfast City to Manila.
You can get from the centre of Belfast to Belfast City Airport using the Line 1 train, which will take a mere seven minutes or so. You can also hop onto a Line 600 bus, which will also get you to the airport in under ten minutes. If you’re driving there or prefer to take a taxi, you’re looking at a trip of only about five minutes. Your final alternative is to hire a town car through Jayride, which will also take about five minutes to get to the airport. Belfast to Manila flights landing at Ninoy Aquino will place you about 30 minutes away from the centre of the city, if you take the UBE Express Airport Bus. By taxi or hire car the trip will take about 16 minutes. The cheapest option is to take the Baclaran-MIA/Baltao bus from the airport, then switch to the Baclaran-P.Campa bus. This will take about an hour and 15 minutes.
Belfast City Airport is one of Northern Ireland’s domestic airports, which is why you’ll always fly to Heathrow first on both return and one-way flights from Belfast City to Manila. It has a handful of shops and places where you can get something to eat or drink, and a small duty-free area for travellers who are connecting to Heathrow for international flights. You’ll also find cash machines and the airport has wheelchair access. Manila Ninoy Aquino International is the main airport in the Philippines, the larger of two international airports in the Manila metropolitan area. It has a wide variety of coffee shops, cafés and restaurants across its four terminals, with literally dozens of choices. Shops range from convenience stores like 7-Eleven to spa facilities and duty-free boutiques. You’ll also find many premium car hire companies and there are Christian chapels and Muslim prayer rooms.
The nearest major city to Manila airport is Quezon City. It will only take about 30 minutes by bus, on the UBE Express line from Terminal 3. If you catch a taxi or hire a car, you can drive there in about 25 minutes. The town of Valenzuela is about 30 minutes away by taxi or car and will take roughly an hour using the Robinson’s Route bus and then the Malinta Pier night bus. Caloocan City is also quite close by – you can get there in about 25 minutes by road, or in just over an hour by bus. For the latter, once again board the Robinson’s Route bus at the airport and then switch to the Monumento-Vito Cruz line.
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