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Philippines Transport

Last updated by bosten at 5/19/2017

Philippine Airline and foreign airline companies all have flights from the Republic of the Philippines to the major countries, regions and cities in the world. There are flights every week between Philippines Airlines and China Southern Airlines. If you have a joint-way air tickets, you should phone the airline company to confirm that you will take the plane 72 hours between the plane takes off.

Airports: Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport is located in the southern part of Manila. It is about 10 kilometers (about 6.21 miles) away from the downtown area. There are airport buses running between the airport and the downtown area. It costs about 50 to 60 pesos for you to take a taxi from the airport to the major hotels in the downtown area. Central Bank of the Philippines near the custom office of the airport is open around the clock. Tourists can exchange currency there. Near the exit of the hall, there is an airport service center of Tourism Bureau of the Philippines. Tourists can book rooms at the service center. When leaving the Republic of Philippines, tourists should pay an airport tax of 300 peso.