Cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Manila Ninoy Aquino
Flight information Tel Aviv to Manila Ninoy Aquino
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Average flight time, total distance 8814 kilometers
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Manila Ninoy Aquino
Frequently asked questions
All you need to know about flights from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport TLV to Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport MNL
Airlines that fly from Tel Aviv to Manila
Currently, there are no direct flights from Tel Aviv to Manila. However, here on Skyscanner Israel, we’ll show you the best and cheapest Tel Aviv Manila flights via stopovers. Here are just a few of many options: Fly with EL AL to Bangkok and continue with Philippine Airlines, or fly with EL AL to Hong Kong and continue with Cathay Pacific. Alternatively, fly the whole way with Cathay Pacific with a stopover in Hong Kong. Turkish Airlines will fly you via Istanbul.
Terminal Information - Departing
Flights from Tel Aviv to Manila depart from Ben Gurion Airport TLV - Terminal 3. The train station is located just outside the terminal on level -1. Pass the time before your flight at the Duty-Free stores where you can buy gadgets, clothes, shoes, and sportswear. Ben Gurion Airport, or as you know it - נתב”ג - נמל התעופה בן גוריון has a large electronics store which offers $200 tax-free sales. Stay connected via the free Wifi service provided in all terminal’s areas; power sockets are spread across the airport for your convenience.
Numerous restaurants and cafes offer a large variety of food, automated machines with cheaper drinks are also available at the airport in every concourse. Premium credit card holders can relax at the Dan Lounges and enjoy a discounted entry fee. Check with your credit card company if they offer free admission. Elite members of EL AL can pass the time at the luxurious King David Lounge.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Flights from Tel Aviv to Manila arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport MNL. Most people refer to this airport simply as Manila International Airport, or NAIA. MNL airport serves Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area, and it’s located along the border between the cities of Pasay and Parañaque, about 7 km south of Manila. The airport has four terminals, T1 for international flights, T2 for international and domestic flights to Philippine Airlines, T3 serves international flights and several domestic carriers, and T4 handles domestic flights.
A shuttle bus system connects the four terminals serving all passengers who need to connect with other terminals. Nine bus routes serve the airport with various points in Manila city. Eight of them go via Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), and one via Circumferential Road 5 (C-5). There is a flat fare of ₱100.00 (₪6.90) for a one-way ticket. The Ultimate Bus Experience (UBE Express) offers shuttle service from NAIA Airport Terminals (1, 2 and 3) serving the leading hotels in Manila. The Ultimate Bus Experience serves four routes: The Entertainment City Route; The Robinsons Route; The Makati Route; The Grand Prix Route. The flat fare per passenger is ₱300.00 (₪20.60).
The Manila Light Rail Transit System (LRT) Line 1 is accessible by a 2-km taxi ride to Baclaran station. Taxi service is available to all points of Metro Manila. Do not accept rides from people that approach you in the terminal. Taxis charge around ₱200 (₪13.70) to central Manila hotels. Journey time is 20 minutes to one hour, depending on traffic. Many of the major hotels run cars which you can pre-book, or you can look for a hotel representative in Arrivals. The cost is around ₱750-₱950 (₪51.50-₪65.30). Alternatively, you can travel by car, check the offers we have on Skyscanner Car Rental.
Things you should know
Israeli citizens need not apply for a tourist visa before entering the Philippines. In most cases, you will be granted a 59-day visa upon arrival. However, the immigration authorities have the right to allow you a shorter visit. Before booking your flights from Tel Aviv to Manila, make sure that your passport is valid for at least six more months.
Useful Information about Manila - מנילה
The cost of living in Manila is significantly lower compared to Tel Aviv, by over 50%. For example, a three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant costs over 70% less in Manila, and beers are 75%-85% cheaper compared to Israel. The local transport is also significantly cheaper: one-way ticket costs 75% less in Manila, and taxis are over 70% cheaper. The currency used in Manila is the Philippines Piso - PHP - ₱.
Manila offers countless activities and places to see: Enlist in a walking tour of Intramuros, Rizal Park, street markets, Catch the sunset while cruising Manila Bay, Ride the jeepney (dyipni), Binondo food trip, Old Catholic churches, Manila Ocean Park, National Museum of the Philippines, Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, Bahay Tsinoy National Museum, Star City.
The temperatures in Manila are always high, with an average of 30-34 degrees year-round. Manila has two distinct seasons - dry and wet. The dry season lasts from May to October, when it’s very humid. Between November-April it’s not as sticky and much less wet.
How to find cheap flights to Manila
Flights from Tel Aviv to Manila usually cost between $730-$1,050 (₪2,680-₪3,670). However, flexible travelers can easily cut this price and find flights for less than $600 (₪2,200) round-trip. Search “whole month” instead of typing in exact dates and set up Price Alerts to find cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Manila. We will contact you by email whenever the prices change. Here are more tips on how to find cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Manila.
This information is correct as of August 2018
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