Flights from Vancouver (YVR) to Manila (MNL) in 2019
Flight information Vancouver to Manila Ninoy Aquino
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Average flight time, total distance 10565 kilometers
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Manila Ninoy Aquino
Airlines That Fly From Vancouver to Manila’s Ninoy Aquino Airport
Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), often abbreviated to NAIA, is a major gateway to the Philippines. It receives many non-stop flights from Vancouver via Philippine Airlines as well as several connecting flights from Cathay Pacific Airways, Korean Air, Air China, Japan Airlines, and EVA Air.
There are 7 direct flights between Vancouver International Airport (YVR) (the main airport in Vancouver) and Ninoy Aquino International each week. These direct flights will take you out of Vancouver Airport’s International Terminal and they’ll have you in the air for about 12 to 13 hours.
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Vancouver International Airport Information
You can enjoy a wide range of shops, restaurants, and cafes at Vancouver International Airport while you wait to board your flight to Manila. It’s possible to pick up last-minute gifts and souvenirs at the airport, purchase a new novel to read in the air, or treat yourself to some new clothes, fragrances, or electronics. If you want to unwind a bit before your flight, you can head to one of the relaxing airport lounges. Complimentary Wi-Fi in the airport terminals lets you surf the Internet and get a bit of work done if needed.
If you have to exchange currency before you travel, you can do that at the airport. Also, there are ATMs available for depositing and withdrawing money, a post office for sending bills and correspondence, and a chapel that offers a place of peace and solace.
About Manila’s Ninoy Aquino Airport
Named in honour of a deceased senator, Manila’s Ninoy Aquino Airport is located around 7 kilometres outside of the heart of Manila. Various bus routes connect the airport with the city centre, and there are iconic and colourful jeepneys (jeep tour and travel buses) that can take you from the airport to many destinations in Manila. Taxis are plentiful in Manila and several rail stations in the city offer easy access from the airport to downtown.
Visa Information for Visiting the Philippines
Canadian passport holders don’t need a visa to visit the Philippines for stays up to 30 days. You must apply for a tourist visa from your nearest Filipino embassy or consulate, however, if you wish to stay in the Philippines for longer.
Useful Manila Information
English is widely spoken in Manila and in many of the major tourist destinations around the city, as it’s an official language of the Philippines. If you venture too far away from downtown Manila or tourist-populate cities, you’ll likely find that there’s a large communication barrier because the other official language in the Philippines is a standardised form of Tagalog. In addition to Tagalog, there are more than 120 other languages and dialects spoken around the country’s various islands.
The top attractions in Manila include the old colonial-era walled settlement of Intramuros, Manila Cathedral, Fort Santiago, the National Museum of the Philippines, the Baywalk, and the enormous Chinatown. Manila is 16 hours ahead of Vancouver and its currency is the Philippine peso (PEP).
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