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Coron, Palawan, Philippines
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🏝️ Bucket list flights to the Philippines for the cheapest we have seen 🤯

Under £400 is insane! Other Airlines on same dates can cost £600+

From £399

Published by
Caitlin Moore·17/01/2024

Mateys, we had to do a double take when we saw the price of these flights to the Philippines (Manila). From £399 return when other airlines cost £600+. This is the cheapest we have seen them.

However, there is a catch. These flights have some hefty stop-overs and the journey time is around 30 hours. The good news is, the next cheapest option at £421 has 1 stop (standard for Manilla) and a much shorter journey time. Probably worth the extra £22.

Both options are from London and include checked luggage.

📝 It's worth noting that you'll fly into Manila, so you'll need to fly on to your desired island. There are flights available to Kalibo, Boracay, Puerto Princesa and Cebu City for under £40 return.


Example booking:

Cheapest option from £399: 7–20 March

A slightly less terrifying option from £421: 7–20 March

More dates available from £399 return

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