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C$ 600 Find cheap flights from Calgary to the Philippines

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Manila
Manila2 stopsC$ 1,361
Cebu City
Cebu City2 stopsC$ 1,334
Angeles City
Angeles City2 stopsC$ 1,360
Boracay
Boracay2 stopsC$ 2,541
Davao City
Davao City2 stopsC$ 1,704
Tacloban City
Tacloban City2 stopsC$ 2,957
Bacolod
Bacolod2 stopsC$ 2,041
Cagayan de Oro
Cagayan de Oro2 stopsC$ 1,704

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Flight from Calgary to Manila

FAQs - booking Philippines flights

  • Do I need to get a visa for a flight from Calgary to the Philippines?

    If you are traveling to the Philippines either as a tourist or on business, there is no need to get a visa so long as you don't plan on staying in the country for more than 30 days. If you would like to extend your stay beyond 30 days, you must get the proper authorization from the local immigration authorities before your 30-day period ends.

  • Why might I want to upgrade to first class on Air Canada for flights from Calgary to the Philippines?

    Upgrading to first class on Air Canada for flights from Calgary to the Philippines offers several enticing benefits. First-class passengers enjoy spacious and comfortable seating, personalized service, and priority boarding, ensuring a more relaxed and convenient travel experience. Gourmet dining, a selection of premium beverages, and exclusive lounge access contribute to a luxurious journey. With enhanced comfort, privacy, and attentive service, upgrading to first class can transform your long-haul flight from Calgary to the Philippines into a more indulgent and enjoyable experience.

  • What are the specific child seat laws I should know about before I arrive at my airport destinations in the Philippines?

    Child seat laws in the Philippines vary depending on the age and size of the child. Infants and toddlers under 3 years old must be secured in a car seat or booster seat while riding in a vehicle. Children aged 4 to 12 years old must use a booster seat or a seat belt, based on their height and weight. It is important to note that these laws apply to both private and public transportation. It is recommended to bring your own child seat or booster seat when traveling to the Philippines, as they may not be readily available for rent or use.

  • What makes an environmentally friendly airline on this route?

    WestJet is committed to sustainability and has implemented several initiatives to reduce its environmental impact. These include investing in fuel-efficient aircraft, reducing waste through recycling and composting, and implementing energy-efficient practices in its operations. The airline also supports community and environmental initiatives through its WestJet Cares for Kids program.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Calgary to the Philippines?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Calgary to the Philippines.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Calgary to the Philippines?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to the Philippines from Calgary is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Calgary to the Philippines?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to the Philippines with an airline and back to Calgary with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Calgary to the Philippines?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to the Philippines from Calgary up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to the Philippines

  • Morning departure is around 11% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
  • A very common destination for people traveling from Calgary to the Philippines is to fly to Manila. There are one-stop flights available from Calgary International Airport (YYC) to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) that use a combination of WestJet and Philippine airlines that have a layover at Narita International Airport (NRT).
  • If you want to travel farther south in the Philippines, one of the best airport destinations is the Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB). From Calgary International Airport, there is a one stop light to this airport bought a combination of WestJet and Cebu Pacific that has a layover at Narita International Airport (NRT).
  • If your flight to the Philippines from Calgary is aboard WestJet, you will find one of their elevation lounges inside Concourse B of the Domestic Terminal, which is a wonderful place to wait for a flight to the Philippines.
  • When your final destination in the Philippines is the Davao International Airport (DVO), there is a two-stop flight that uses a combination of WestJet and Cebu Pacific that stops at Narita International Airport and Clark International Airport (CRK) after a departure from Calgary International Airport.
  • If you have an early morning flight to the Philippines from Calgary International Airport, a better option than making an early commute is to stay at the Calgary Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel, which has a connection to the terminal through an indoor walkway.
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*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

Top 5 airlines serving from Calgary to the Philippines

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Calgary to the Philippines? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
8.5
Korean AirOverall score based on 1098 reviews
8.2Entertainment
8.3Comfort
8.6Boarding
8.8Crew
8.2Food
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The crew and my luggage was still pretty good after a long flight. They take good care of the luggage.

10.0 ExcellentAnonymous, Jul. 2024ICN - JFK
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The crew and my luggage was still pretty good after a long flight. They take good care of the luggage.

Really good! I like all the crew, they were so nice and very efficient.

On time departure and exceptional customer service during the entire flight.

Overall, very uneventful and pleasant experience. Most importantly, no delays.

The flight crews were extremely professional helpful and courteous. Departure and arrival times were accurate. No delay. Thanks

Not very comfortable seated in the back plane due to turbulence

We were seated at the back and that was very uncomfortable for me with the turbulence we experienced on our way to Chicago.

Everything about Korean air is great, hands down! Will always prefer this airline from other carriers.

I enjoyed flying on Korean Air. The service was great and the food was yummy, especially the bibimbap and cold spicy noodles. The only thing that bummed me out on this red-eye flight was that my seat did not properly recline so I was not able to sleep.

Ford not that great the seat not to big for leg room like other airline

Food was ok. Could have been better. Entertainment was limited, especially for kids.

Overall great experience. All four members of my family were seated together without paying extra to reserve seats. Everything was on time. Food was great and healthy. Media entertainment was good. Rock music could be added as a listening choice. No issue with baggages. Flight attendants were friendly and helpful. I would recommend EVA to friends and family.

Flight was smooth no complaint. Except maybe better food choice for the long flight…

The type of the food requested (Asian vegetarian) was not properly met with. They have very limited snack items that may compensate for the main meals.

A wonderful new plane. Great menu. Professional service. You and your wife were completely satisfied.

It was a pleasant fly with Eva Air from NYC to Taipei. The crew were friendly and the food was exceeded my expectation.

They didn’t have ice for the drinks and only gave you half a cup of your beverage. Did not have enough water. I got dehydrated

Fast boarding process. Flight was expected for a long haul economy flight

Boarding is fast and easy for economy class, food was ok baggage policies are good

Poor services. Not meet 5-star airline standard. Disappointed with the poor food and drink selections. Cabin crew is not attentive at all. They even skipped me during meal service (not sure if it is intentionally).

Not many selections for entertainment. Bulk head seats are no longer available with out fee at the counter. That’s pretty lame.

Everything was efficient. Good leg room. Food was good. Staff were friendly.

The flight who provided services on my row had some not-nice attitude and not smiling at all.

Decent flight, staff was very good, especially with the turbulence during the flight due to weather. Comfort was about par with other airlines but since it was a quick flight, was not much of an issue for us.

It was a 2 hour flight to Taiwan. Lunch was served. China Airlines goes above and beyond for their passengers.

Liked that I could pick my seat and have a special meal without an extra charge. Luggage is reasonable for overseas trip. What could have been better is boarding and leaving on time.

Ask flight attendant for water during flight and she was a little rude get the water.

Baggage made it successfully to destination despite short layover. Appreciate that.

Staff were good and nice. There should me 3 meals instead of only 2 and snacks.

Flight was delay almost 2 hours from Hong Kong to Taipei. Last minute gate change from 24 to 66. Long way walk. We need to run in the Taipei airport to catch our next flight from Taipei to Vancouver. That is so suck!

Food was satisfactory, movie monitor not working. Other than that on time and pleasant crew.

First and foremost it was a Philippine Airlines.my experiences ,number one non- stop flight no lay over not other airlines,number two ,boarding they calling by ground letter.number 3 stay on time no delay flight

Worst airline. They had 3 security checks just to get onboard and no notification prior. Had to throw away any liquid bought at duty free because one of the security checks was prior to boarding the plane. My onboard media console was not working, the flight attendant said they will check on it but did nothing. Pretended we did not ask for it to be rectified for a 17hr plane ride. Horrible experience. My first and last time taking Philippines Airlines.

first time flying PAL/WAMOS, ang got to say, i’ve had much worst… the good: - front sitting is not too bad. legroom is pretty good considering economy standards. - staff is friendly and pleasant, starting with checkin, boarding and flight. not unforgettable, but pretty good. the bad: - boarding: stick with rules. besides priority sitting, when you say board from certain range of numbers (starting from back), make sure you let everyone know to stick with this… not with everyone letting in all at once! - food: had fish ad family members had beef. both are quite bad (saying this nicely). the fish is dry, whilest beef is rough as leather. both tasteless. - washrooms arr dirty! - seats, though good legroom, not much padding, hard on the backside! - entertainment: feature movie is the bachelor (circa 1999). no music offerings.

Bad experience... Flight schedule should be on time, ours was 2 hours delayed both ways ,Mla-Panglao-Mla. Priority lane for Seniors & PWD should be practice but our Panglao-Manila flight, both priority & regular lanes boarded the at the same time, the only difference is that we were coming on 2 different lanes. It depletes the purpose of priority lanes.

The worstest airlines that I never had it before. I will never choose for the future

Poor check in attitude , terrible food , movies selection poor, food came out cold , service terrible , entertainment system also broke so we had to use a iPad , worst biz class I have ever been on

When I checked in, there was no option available for selecting a gluten-free meal. The lounge offerings were inadequate for someone with a gluten-free diet, and the staff in the lounge were not helpful at all.

Check-in was tedious. They could just have used the electronic boarding passes and counter checked the passengers’ names in their manifest. What’s the use of the early checkin if we still have to queue at the only 1 functioning checkin counter!

I’m 6’2” and the seats were too close together for my knees, very uncomfortable.

I called to put a stop to this ticket because it was fraudulent. Nobody stopped it. Then they sent me to Mastercard to fight it alone. Thanks (Sarc) to everyone who helped facilitate fraud and would not dare attempt to stop it.

The plane was boarding at gate 50 and there was a flight to Toronto at gate 52 making the boarding are chaotic and busy.

Flight attendants should learn something about customer service. About how to deal with people Very disappointed This only happens only in Air Canada

First flight was delayed and then they moved up departure time for flight - not ideal. made it but sprinted the entire time and messed up my ankle

Flights delayed over 4 hours with no compensation. No agents at counters to assist with re-booking.

Air Canada cancelled my prepaid/prebooked seat selection and changed my seats without any options.

It was overall above average experience. If there is only one thing i could complain about was the lack of wifi availability on my flight from Vancouver to San Francisco

Not much food available, not able to choose seats to be near each other, tv did not work

I think Air Canada is the only airline I've flown where they don't give you at least a free cookie.

All but one of four were on time. One was delayed for an hour

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