FLIGHTS WITHIN THE PHILIPPINES 

Filipino Travel Center is Authorized Ticketing Agent of all airlines since 1998. However, we only accept domestic ticket issuance for walk-in client in one of our offices (Manila, Angeles or Boracay island) or over the internet when used in combination with your long-haul itinerary booking incl accommodations, transfers and tours.

For Online instant ticket reservations : Click on airline logo's below to go to their website directly.

 PAL EXPRESS, formerly AirPhilExpress, is a low-cost airline based in Pasay City, Philippines. It operates both domestic and international scheduled services from Manila, Cebu, Davao and Zamboanga. The airline was re-branded for a number of times, first as Air Philippines, then as PAL Express. Due to financial losses, Air Philippines ceased operations for a short while until it was acquired by investors from the Lucio Tan group. After the acquisition, the airline was re-launched as PAL Express, to operate some routes and slot assignments of its sister company Philippine Airlines until the management decided to re-brand the carrier as a budget airline now known as Airphil Express.

The new PALExpress is Philippine Airlines' answer to Cebu Pacific Air's presence on the low cost travel market in the Philippines. It allowed PAL to focus on the premium market where it does not have competition in the domestic Philippine market. The airline is currently on fleet acquisition mode to support its planned domestic and international route expansion plan.

IMPORTANT !

TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS from and to MANILA effective 28 October 2012 is regardless who issued the ticket (211 for Air Phil Express (2P) or 079 for Philippine Arlines (PAL)), Please find below guide on airport terminal assignments for easy reference , subject to change, please always check  :

NAIA TERMINAL 3  FROM / TO MANILA :  BUTUAN • BUSUANGA • CAGAYAN DE ORO • CALBAYOG • CATARMAN • CATICLAN • COTABATO • DIPOLOG • DUMAGUETE • KALIBO All flights EXCEPT PR/2P239 and 240 PR/2P249 and 250 • LEGAZPI • MASBATE • NAGA • OZAMIZ • PUERTO PRINCESA • ROXAS • SURIGAO • TACLOBAN • TUGUEGARAO • ZAMBOANGA

NAIA TERMINAL 2 (also called "Centennial Airport" ) FROM/TO MANILA : BACOLOD • CEBU • DAVAO • GENERAL SANTOS • ILOILO • KALIBO ONLY PR/2P239 and 240PR/2P249 and 250  • LAOAG  • TAGBILARAN  



To get every Juan to more places everyday, Cebu Pacific (CEB) operates a fleet of 30 Airbus (10 A319 and 20 A320) and 8 ATR 72-500 aircraft, the youngest fleet in the Philippines. With the completion of the re-fleeting program, our capacity has doubled. CEB offers the lowest year round Lite Fares for its destinations. CEB remains to be the pioneer in creative pricing strategies as it manages to offer the lowest fare in every route it operates.

Cebu Pacific is not just the leader in low fares but also in innovation and creativity! CEB is the first local airline to introduce e-ticketing, prepaid excess baggage and seat selection in the Philippines. Guests have also learned to anticipate a uniquely upbeat flying experience with CEB, as this is the only domestic carrier that offers fun in the skies with its games on board popularly known as Fun Flights, together with its own inflight magazine.

Cebu Pacific flights leave Manila from Ninoy Aquino Terminal 3 (= NAIA 3). 



Philippine Airlines (PAL) began life with a noble mission: to serve as a partner in nation-building. With this in mind, PAL took to the skies on 15 March 1941, using a Beech Model 18 aircraft amid the specter of a global war. It became Asia's first airline.

Since then, PAL deeply involved itself in shaping the course of historic events. With its every takeoff and touchdown, PAL planted the seed of growth. PAL has become one of the most respected airlines around the world with a young and modern fleet of aircraft and a route network that spans 31 foreign cities and 29 domestic points.

PAL's excellent service has won the hearts of travelers worldwide. This trademark has distinguished it from the pack and has stood guard in an environment that has grown more competitive by the day.

IMPORTANT !

TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS from and to MANILA effective 28 October 2012 is regardless who issued the ticket (211 for Air Phil Express(2P) or 079 for Philippine Airlines (PAL)), Please find below guide on airport terminal assignments for easy reference , subject to change, please always check :

NAIA TERMINAL 3 FROM / TO MANILA : BUTUAN • BUSUANGA • CAGAYAN DE ORO • CALBAYOG • CATARMAN • CATICLAN • COTABATO • DIPOLOG • DUMAGUETE • KALIBO All flights EXCEPT PR/2P239 and 240 PR/2P249 and 250 • LEGAZPI • MASBATE • NAGA • OZAMIZ • PUERTO PRINCESA • ROXAS • SURIGAO • TACLOBAN • TUGUEGARAO • ZAMBOANGA

NAIA TERMINAL 2 (also called "Centennial Airport" ) FROM/TO MANILA : BACOLOD • CEBU • DAVAO • GENERAL SANTOS • ILOILO • KALIBO ONLY PR/2P239 and 240PR/2P249 and 250 • LAOAG • TAGBILARAN


South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR)  became the Philippine affiliate of Singapore-based low-cost carrier, Tigerair when it acquired 40% ownership share. Following an approval from CAB, SEAir Inc was renamed to Tigerair Philippines on 7 June 2013.

TigerAir Philippines flights leave Manila from the old domestic airport, also called Ninoy Aquino Airport 4 (= NAIA 4) .


 AirAsia Zest (formerly Asian Spirit, and Zest Air) operates scheduled domestic and international tourist services, mainly feeder services linking Manila and Cebu with 24 domestic destinations in support of the trunk route operations of other airlines. In 2013, the airline became an affiliate of Philippines AirAsia operating their brand separately. The airline was originally founded as Asian Spirit, the first airline in the Philippines to be run as a cooperative. On 16 August 2013, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), the regulating body of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines for civil aviation, suspended Zest Air flights until further notice due to safety issues. Less than a year after AirAsia and Zest Air's strategic alliance, the two companies have rebranded as AirAsia Zest.

Zest Air flights leave Manila from the old domestic airport, also called Ninoy Aquino Airport 4 (=NAIA 4).

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