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Temp on Avg for November in Manila30.9 °C
Average rainfall for November in Manila116.3 mm
Most people flying to the Philippines head straight for the capital city of Manila. It crowns the main island of Luzon with an array of glittering skyscrapers, high-energy street scenes, night markets and art galleries. It’s also a great launch pad for travelling on to the beach resorts of the Visayas.
Read on to discover how to kick-start your journey from Auckland to Manila.
How long is the flight from Auckland to Manila?
It depends on how long your stopover is. Auckland to Manila flights can be as short as 12 hours 50 minutes and as long as 37 hours. Our search engine offers a clear overview of flight lengths and layovers.
Which airlines operate flights from Auckland to Manila?
You can fly with Philippines Airlines, Qantas Airways, Malaysia Airlines, China Southern, Korean Air and Cathay Pacific.
Alternatively, pick ‘n’ mix companies. You could fly to a stopover city like Sydney with Air New Zealand and continue your journey with another airline.
How frequent are flights between Auckland and Manila?
Flights from Auckland to Manila usually depart several times a day, 7 days a week.
Which airports serve Auckland and Manila?
Flights travel between Auckland Airport and Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. Stopover cities include Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul and Hong Kong.
Which direct flight route between Auckland and Manila is cheapest?
There aren’t any direct flights from Auckland to Manila – all trips come with a stopover.
The cheapest flights travel via Kuala Lumpur, but they’re not usually the shortest. Shorter flights via Australia are often about $50 more.
Cheap flights from Auckland to Manila whisk you away to the lively capital city of the Philippines. It’s a place of stark contrasts. On one hand, you’ve got gleaming skyscrapers, on-trend bars and shopping malls. Then the walled centre of Old Manila goes and serves up colonial Spanish architecture in the shape of San Agustin Church and Fort Santiago.
Weather-wise, Manila is a world away from Auckland. The temperatures are about 15°C hotter between May and October, and come with on-and-off rainstorms. The city is slightly cooler – but still toasty – between November and February, when it gets less rain.