Cheap flights Phuket to Manila
Looking for a cheap flight from Phuket to Manila (HKT-MNL)? Flights fares for Phuket to Manila start at PHP 4337. Find the best and cheapest tickets on this route and other relevant information.
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Flight information Phuket to Manila
Flight time and time difference
- On average the flight time between Phuket and Manila is about 2 hr 50 min.
- Be aware there is a time difference of 1 hours: The time in Phuket is 1 hour earlier than the time in Manila. The timezone for Phuket is: UTC +07:00. The local time now: 15:54:13. For Manila the timezone is: UTC +08:00 and the local time now: 16:54:13.
- The cheapest price for a flight from Phuket Manila is PHP 4337.
About Phuket International Airport
The second biggest airport in Thailand, Phuket International Airport serves the island of Phuket and Phuket province. It has two terminals, Terminal 1 for international flights and Terminal 2 for domestic but they are located next to each other and connected by an air-conditioned walkway. The airport is situated in the north of the island, 32km north of Phuket City.
About Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport
The Ninoy Aquino International Airport of Manila (NAIA) is the main gateway to the Philippines. Located just a few kilometers south of the city centre it has been slowly surrounded by the Manila metropolitan area hampering future growth of the airport. With over 30 million passengers a year this airport is in top 50 of busiest airports in the world.
The airport is named after Senator Ninoy Aquino Jr. who was assassinated at the airport in 1983.
Although Clark International Airport in Angeles, 80km north of Manila, is not actually serving Manila, its lower airport fees make it more attractive for low-cost carriers. Most low-cost carriers fly to Clark instead of Ninoy Aquino International Airport and call it then Manila Clark. In the future though Clark will replace NAIA as the main Manila Airport.
The NAIA Airport of Manila has four terminals which are connected by a shuttle service (PHP 20). Terminal 1 is the second oldest and serves most international flights by foreign carriers except those for All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Emirates, KLM and Singapore Airlines which have all moved to the new Terminal 3. A recent renovation (2014) has eased congestion and provided a much-needed improvement in facilities.
Terminal 2, the Centennial Terminal, was completed in 1998 and is used exclusively by Philippine Airlines and its subsidiary PAL Express for both their domestic and international flights.
Terminal 3 or also called NAIA-3 is the newest and largest terminal of NAIA with a total length of 1.2 kilometers. The plan is to move all international flights from Terminal 1 to the new NAIA-3.
Terminal 4 or also called Manila Domestic Terminal is the oldest of the four terminals, build in 1948. It hosts all the domestic flights within the Philippines by budget carriers AirAsia Zest and Cebgo and international flights for AirAsia Zest.