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Fly from London to Manila
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Flight time14 hrs 45 mins
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Avg temp for April in Manila33.6 °C
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Manila, the hectic capital city of the Philippines, is a bayside behemoth of skyscrapers and shopping malls. The colonial Spanish old quarter is a focal point for travellers – it’s topped with a church and fort. But perhaps even more exciting is modern Manila. Cool coffee shops and indie art galleries reveal a city that’s on the cusp of hitting the front covers of the travel mags.
Fancy getting there before the masses cotton on to its charms? Jump on a direct London to Manila flight from Heathrow. You’ll be in the city in less than 14 hours.
How long is the flight from London to Manila?
Direct London to Manila flights last around 13 hours 45 minutes. Most flights add in a stopover or two, increasing travel times to anything from 16 to 40 hours.
Which airlines operate flights from London to Manila?
Philippine Airlines offers direct flights from London to Manila. Most of the other companies – including Malaysia Airlines, Qantas Airways and Cathay Pacific – throw in a stopover.
How frequent are flights between London and Manila?
Indirect London to Manila flights take off throughout the day. Direct flights usually run once a day from London Heathrow.
Which airports serve London and Manila?
Heathrow is the only airport to offer direct flights from London to Manila. Don’t mind a stopover? Then you can also start your journey at Gatwick or London City Airport.
Which direct flight route between London and Manila is cheapest?
Heathrow lines up cheap London to Manila flights with a stopover. You usually have to pay a bit more to travel direct – but it’s often worth it to save on time.
A flight from London to Manila takes you to the sky-scraping capital of the Philippines. The country has a tropical climate, so Manila gets even more rain than London between June and October. Travel between January and April for hot, dry weather.
Most travellers to Manila make a beeline for its colonial Spanish centre – a walled old town starring Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church. The modern face of Manila spreads out from its walls.
Manila makes a great base for exploring the rest of the Philippines. Taal Volcano, the WWII ruins of Corregidor Island and sandy Subic Bay are all a day trip away.
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