|September||Best time to beat the crowds (18% less expensive on average)|
|December||Most popular time to fly (43% more expensive on average)|
Average price of a return ticket
|S$ 214||(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)|
Good deal for a return ticket
|S$ 197||or less|
Jetstar Asia, Philippine Airlines and Air New Zealand have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Singapore Changi to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl. Confirm policies on booking site.
Philippine Airlines does not allow booking a middle seat on flights from Singapore Changi to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl.
The average direct flight takes 3h 35m, covering a distance of 2374 km.
There are 110 (direct) flights between Singapore and Manila per week, averaging 15 per day.
In the past 3 days, the cheapest return tickets were found on Cebu Pacific (S$ 151), Multiple Airlines (S$ 251) and Philippine Airlines (S$ 262).
Jetstar Asia (5 times daily), Philippine Airlines (4 times daily), Scoot (3 times daily) are the most frequent flyers on this route.
For Singapore to Manila, Saturday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Wednesday is the most expensive. Flying from Manila back to Singapore, the best deals are generally found on Tuesday, with Wednesday being the most expensive.
When flying out of Singapore you will be using Singapore Changi, often referred to as Singapore Airport. You will be landing at Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl, also known as Manila Airport.
Whether Manila Airport serves as a stopover or travellers want to remain close by due to an early or late flight, there are various hotels around the airport. The Airport Travelodge Manila, for instance, is only 1 km from the airport and the Lourdes Inn is equally close.
Once landed, there are various options how to reach Manila city, ranging from rental cars to taxis and public transport. The public bus Route 2 from Terminal 3 (T3) serves most tourist destinations and costs PHP 100 (≈ S$ 2.60) for a single ticket. Taking the LRT train is another option, and also cheaper with PHP 20 (≈ S$ 0.50) per ticket. The train station can be reached with the UBE Express from T3.
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