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Cheapest round-trip prices found by our users on KAYAK in the last 72 hours

Manila1 stopC$ 1,097
Cebu City
Cebu City2 stopsC$ 1,169
Angeles City
Angeles City2 stopsC$ 1,319
Boracay2 stopsC$ 1,673
Davao City
Davao City2 stopsC$ 1,702
Iloilo City
Iloilo City1 stopC$ 1,935
Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa1 stopC$ 1,888
Busuanga2 stopsC$ 2,508
Panglao2 stopsC$ 1,615
Tacloban City
Tacloban City1 stopC$ 1,937
Bacolod2 stopsC$ 2,445
Laoag2 stopsC$ 2,249
General Santos
General Santos2 stopsC$ 2,309
Butuan2 stopsC$ 2,244

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FAQs - booking Philippines flights

  • Do you require a child seat when driving with your kids from Manila International Airport (MNL) to the city centre?

    The Philippines has a rule that requires the use of a child restraint system, which implies a child seat or booster seat. Therefore, if you will be using a private car or rental car from MNL, ensure you have a child seat or booster seat, depending on the age of your kid. All car rentals in Manila avail child seats, infant seats, and booster seats at a small fee per day.

  • Do you require a visa to fly to the Philippines?

    You will not require a visa when booking flights to the Philippines if you are visiting the country for a period not exceeding 30 days. This applies to all travellers visiting the Philippines for different purposes, including tourism and business.

  • Are there direct flights from Canada to the Philippines?

    Philippine Airlines offers direct flights to the Philippines from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and from Vancouver International Airport (YVR). The flights arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, which is the biggest airport in the Philippines.

  • Which flights to the Philippines with a layover are the most convenient?

    Air Canada and Cathay Pacific offer flights to the Philippines with a short layover in Hong Kong, arriving either at Manila Airport or at Mactan-Cebu International Airport. Several Asian national carriers such as Japan Airlines, China Eastern and Korean Air also offer one-stop flights from Canada to the Philippines with a layover in their respective cities.

  • Where should I fly to in the Philippines?

    All direct flights from Canada and the US will arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. This gives travellers easy access to Manila and the surrounding areas, and serves as the hub for other domestic airlines such as Air Asia Philippines, Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines. If you travel to the Philippines with a layover in a neighbouring country, you might want to choose a flight to Cebu Airport. From there, you can easily access the centrally located tourist islands such as Bohol and Boracay.

  • Do I need a visa to visit the Philippines?

    Canadian passport holders do not need a tourist or business visa for a stay of up to 30 days. Upon arrival, you have to present a valid Canadian passport and a return ticket to Canada or an onward ticket to your next destination. If you want to stay longer than 30 days, you can apply for an extension at the Philippines Bureau of Immigration within the 30-day period. Be aware that you have to pay a departure fee of ₱750 (approximately C$ 20) in Manila and ₱850 (approximately C$ 22) in Cebu.

  • How long is the flight to the Philippines?

    An average direct flight from Canada to the Philippines takes 25h 29m, covering a distance of 19206 km. The most popular route is Vancouver - Manila with an average flight time of 12h 30m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to the Philippines?

    The cheapest ticket to the Philippines from Canada found in the last 72 hours was C$ 744 one-way, and C$ 1,116 round-trip. The most popular route is Vancouver Intl to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was C$ 1,116.

  • Which airlines fly to the Philippines?

    Philippine Airlines flies the most frequently from Canada to the Philippines.

  • What are the most popular destinations in the Philippines?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Manila (82% of total searches to the Philippines). The next most popular destinations are Cebu City (7%) and Angeles City (6%). Searches for flights to Davao City (1%), to Laoag (0.8%) and to Iloilo City (0.6%) are also popular.

  • How does KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a given destination and date is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to the Philippines

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Philippines flight deals.
  • The primary arrival airport for flights to the Philippines is Manila International Airport (MNL), which serves as the gateway to Manila. The other major arrival airport for flights to the Philippines is Clark International Airport (CRK). The advantage of landing at MNL is that it puts you in the capital of the Philippines, Manila, with a wide range of transport options for convenient connections to other cities.
  • Choosing a less popular route for flights to the Philippines increases your chances of getting cheaper flight deals. The route that has Clark International Airport as the arrival airport is less popular compared to the one that has MNL as the arrival airport. Additionally, landing at CRK comes with the advantage of shorter queues at the airport shuttles’ stops, baggage claim areas, and security checkpoints.
  • Most of the airlines offering flights to the Philippines make two stops before arriving at the destination airport. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) and Incheon International Airport (ICN) are the main layover airports for multiple airlines offering flights to the Philippines. However, your journey will be shorter if you book Air Canada or ANA, which makes only one stop before arriving in the Philippines.
  • The Philippines is home to over 7,000 islands, so generally travellers require more than one flight over the duration of their trip. Manila Airport (MNL) is the main international hub, where you can catch flights to other domestic locations such as the centrally located Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB) on Cebu Island, or Davao International Airport (DVO) in the South.
  • If you plan on visiting the world famous Banaue Rice Terraces in the northern part of Luzon Island, you can either fly to Manila Airport and travel by bus (a 10-12h ride) or consider flying to Cauayan Airport (CYZ), where you can arrange a private transfer from the airport (approximately 2h).
  • To explore Tubbataha Marine Park, consider flying into Puerta Princesa Airport (PPS) in the province of Palawan. From there you can reach the park and reef by boat.
  • To explore the chocolate hills on the island of Bohol, you can fly into Cebu Airport, the major hub for the Central Philippines, and take a ferry to Bohol Island.
  • Holy Week is the longest festival in the Philippines and starts on Palm Sunday, in either March or April. Be aware that flight and hotel prices tend to increase during this period.
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Top 5 airlines flying to the Philippines

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Canada 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.
Korean AirOverall score based on 1162 reviews
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Overall, very uneventful and pleasant experience. Most importantly, no delays.

10.0 ExcellentAnonymous, May 2024SGN - ICN
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Overall, very uneventful and pleasant experience. Most importantly, no delays.

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.

Crew was ok, but some passengers were a bit rude. Again, all outlets were not working, only the really slow charging usb plug on the entertainment system. Entertainment system was also bugged, some features just crash, the touch screen wasn't working and when trying to watch a movie the onscreen display kept flashing off and on making it very difficult to watch.

Great crew, decent food Charging plugs were broken on both seats next to me. Only the USB port was available, and that charges, very, very slowly. Seat was also broken, it would not lock into position when reclining.

Korean Air had great service and the Bibimbap dish was the best airplane food I’ve ever had. It was a long flight so in between the two meals they served customers could get Shin ramen. The flight attendants let my children use a pair of nice headphones for the flight and had earbuds and slippers for all the adults. The flight was long but the time passed by relatively quickly because they have many great shows in their entertainment TV. I watched the BTS Love Yourself and Speak Yourself concerts 💜

New plane. Perfect gluten free meal Very flawless procedures from check-in to the landing. Taking off on time and landing even earlier and the luggages are already there after shortest arrival report.

It was ok. Not good and not a bad experience

not too bad but not too great either. Service on all airlines declined ever since covid. Your Delta Stewardess are not that friendly at all. :-(

Stewardess are nice. Food could have been better and should have a better dessert. They do not offer scotch or beer. You have to ask for it. I also was not happy that you do not serve ginger ale and or cranberry juice. This is my first time that an international flight do not have this. I go home overseas every year and when I travel through ANA, Delta, Qatar, JAL, Asiana Air, United Air. they all serve this two very famous drink. You do not have a great snack tray.

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

Overall the flight was what might be expected for a long haul flight to Asia in economy class. The cabin crew was attentive and the food was good. Boarding was fairly fast and easy. The one thing I found frustrating was the EVA app. It is terrible. Trying to do anything on it was almost impossible.

I hope their usb charging port works. None of their usb port is working. Boeing 777 LA to Taipei (vs)

My original flight was rescheduled & EVA did a good job rescheduling my flight & connecting flight.

Everything was fantastic! The crew really went above and beyond to make it a great flight. I felt cared for with EVA.

t and I Flight crew did excellent job taking care of us and feeding us and staying professional. The boarding was delayed by an hour and then extra security measures were taken. No real explanation except for they said it was more of a maintenance dey

I enjoyed the flight it was long but very friendly crew

Liked the check in process, the service, and bathrooms being cleaned and stocked regularly. Food could have been better. I suggest serving some snacks or sandwich mid way some time after dinner and before breakfast.

The ride was comfy and crew members were nice. Really appreciate the option of the airport shuttle for passengers from near by states (NJ & PA) by EVA.

Delayed due to no fault of flight crew. Efficient and worked well together.

Very good , the weather was terrible, but i admired the professionality and politeness and care from the crew, and the excellent contition of the plane

My flight to Los Angeles was canceled Had to book another flight and you charged me extra $500 Very bad experience

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.

The plane was uncomfortable. I paid extra for more legroom but the seat was still uncomfortable. Other seats on the same exact row didn’t have to pay extra but still have extra legroom. I didn’t understand why I needed to pay $170 for. It was Iike China airline just wants to make money off their passengers. It was unfair.

Staff is friendly, great variety of entertainment, check in a little messy but due to people not listening. Overall a pleasant experience. Would use again in the future.

It felt like a new plane. Decent leg room in economy, food was fine, and the plane didn’t feel super dry and uncomfortable.

Better training to have qualified crews and services. My flight was from around 12 midnight Friday Taipei to Vancouver. After two hours first meal (2:00 Am -8:00 ) no crew available for even asking for some water. I was even willing to pay for water. For breakfast after 8 hours the only drink was tea and coffee no water or juice.

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.

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.

So far pal express is much better than Cebu pacific in terms of customers service and in flight crew. And on time departure and arrival . Especially if you're taking airbus 320 plane . But the small aircraft like bombardier . It usually delayed .

The return flight has been a nightmare. I am stuck in Singapore right now because PAL has not managed to resolve my return to Manila. The engine blew up on take off

Everything could better always late always rescheduled flight is worse and costs me a hotel room! The dirtiest planes I’ve ever flown on slowest to board . Just awful will never fly again with them

Boarded the plane last even while I was seated at the back and had to have my bag separate. The same exact special request meal was served as the flight an hour beforehand

The food was ordinary, this could be improved. Sleeping was comfortable enough for several hours sleep. The layover time in Manila Mabuhay lounge for 17 hours was awful. Surely I could have been given a flight to Perth within that time on another airline. At 74 years of age I find that far too long and stressful and will probably not travel with Philippine Airlines again for that reason. The food offering on board and in the lounge was also a little underwhelming. The crew were wonderful and the flight comfort was good also.

I paid for an aisle seat on my booking but for my return flight back in the US I was ina middle seat. I didnt realize this until i was already on the plane.

The flight itself was ok. However, the plane has 2 bathrooms for about 200 people. After the meal service there was a line between 10-15 people deep standing in the aisle waiting to use the bathroom. This went on for over an hour. The airlines tell us safety is their priority and to keep seatbelts on whenever on the plane but they allow a line of people to stand in the aisle for over an hour waiting for a bathroom. Absurd and unacceptable.

We did not have seat assigned until almost the very end of boarding and my husband and I did not sit together I don’t know why even though we bought tickets 3 months in advance and checked in very early. We were not standby and we were treated as we had stand by tickets. I will never fly Air Canada again.

The last minute change of planes, then putting us right beside the bathroom was a poor choice.

Terrible 3-4-3 seat configuration, I thankfully was able to choose a seat at the back where it narrowed to 2-4-2 for some relief though seats were still narrow. Staff did not manage the boarding lines at all either, was total chaos.

Seriously need to improve the time schedule and the plans

We were delayed by rain while we were on the tarmac. The crew came around and offered everyone water while we waiting 45 min in the plane.

Great TV, easy boarding, wonderful ground crew and flight crew.

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

Pretty good service and US Migratory officers providing services in Canada was awesome, because the arrival was quick and smooth

It was late leaving but made up time in the air.

Rude Customer Service at checkin, 90 minute limit in flight check in is too strict. I was in line for 30 minutes because of slow/insufficient workers. Somewhere I got to the the counter of course the employee warned me about the 90 minutes. People were cutting the lines. No one did anything.

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Recent round-trip flight deals

1 stop
28h 40mYVR-MNL
1 stop
27h 20mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,097
2 stops
30h 50mYVR-MNL
1 stop
30h 50mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,101
1 stopChina Airlines
22h 45mYVR-MNL
1 stopChina Airlines
23h 45mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,146
1 stopKorean Air
18h 15mYVR-MNL
1 stopKorean Air
14h 50mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,157
1 stopKorean Air
29h 50mYVR-MNL
1 stopKorean Air
26h 45mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,159
1 stopChina Airlines
16h 35mYVR-MNL
1 stopChina Airlines
23h 45mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,168
1 stopEVA Air
18h 40mYVR-MNL
1 stopEVA Air
21h 45mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,334
1 stopEVA Air
21h 55mYYZ-MNL
1 stopEVA Air
39h 10mMNL-YYZ
C$ 1,888
1 stopPhilippine Airlines
18h 20mYYC-MNL
1 stopPhilippine Airlines
18h 20mMNL-YYC
C$ 2,252
1 stopPhilippine Airlines
18h 20mYYC-MNL
1 stopPhilippine Airlines
16h 35mMNL-YYC
C$ 2,291

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2 stops
23h 50mYVR-MNL
C$ 762
1 stopKorean Air
29h 25mYVR-MNL
C$ 777
2 stopsAir Canada
24h 00mYTZ-MNL
C$ 847
2 stopsAir Canada
34h 30mYYZ-MNL
C$ 848
1 stopChina Airlines
22h 45mYVR-MNL
C$ 909
directPhilippine Airlines
13h 45mYVR-MNL
C$ 926
directPhilippine Airlines
13h 45mYVR-MNL
C$ 935
1 stopEVA Air
18h 40mYVR-MNL
C$ 1,037
1 stopChina Airlines
16h 35mYVR-MNL
C$ 1,134
1 stopEVA Air
18h 40mYVR-MNL
C$ 1,184

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17h 30mYVR-MNL
24h 10mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,444
58h 15mYYZ-MNL
46h 35mMNL-YYZ
C$ 1,468
13h 45mYVR-MNL
24h 10mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,489
multi-stopKorean Air
29h 25mYVR-MNL
multi-stopKorean Air
30h 14mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,676
multi-stopKorean Air
18h 29mYVR-MNL
multi-stopKorean Air
30h 06mMNL-YVR
C$ 1,710
multi-stopChina Airlines
22h 45mYVR-MNL
multi-stopChina Airlines
18h 00mMNL-YVR
C$ 2,026
multi-stopChina Airlines
22h 45mYVR-MNL
multi-stopChina Airlines
18h 00mMNL-YVR
C$ 2,046
multi-stopEVA Air
21h 15mYYZ-CRK
multi-stopEVA Air
21h 55mCRK-YYZ
C$ 3,010
multi-stopPhilippine Airlines
35h 10mYYZ-CEB
multi-stopPhilippine Airlines
35h 05mCEB-YYZ
C$ 3,420
multi-stopPhilippine Airlines
21h 15mYEG-MNL
multi-stopPhilippine Airlines
17h 30mMNL-YEG
C$ 4,000

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