By Air, Philippine Airlines, Airphil Express, Cebu Pacific, ZestAir, Seair, Tiger Airways and Air Asia provide air services in the major cities in the Philippines.
These airlines offer promotions and great discounts on the flights several times a year, making air travel more affordable in the Philippines. There are also scheduled chartered flights to major domestic destinations serviced by smaller commuter aircraft.
Philippine Airlines (PAL) with 39 & # is the carrier in the Philippines. It serves 20 destinations in the Philippines and 26 destinations in Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Asia, Oceania and North America. Inside the PAL flies to major Philippine cities of Manila and Cebu, while internationally, it flies between Manila (Cebu, to a lesser extent) and cities in the Asia-Pacific region, in the western United States, Canada and Australia. Many areas are served by PAL, particularly destinations in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong, with the & # 39 are the areas with large foreign Philippine population.
Airphil Express (formerly Air Philippines) with the & # 39 is a budget airline based in the strip, Metro Manila. It operates both domestic and international scheduled flights from Manila, Cebu, Davao and Zamboanga. It flies in the domestic market in major cities across the country, while internationally, it flies between Manila and Singapore, Manila and Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Clark, Cebu and Hong Kong.
Cebu Pacific Air to & # 39 is a low cost airline based at Terminal 3 Ninoy Aquino International Airport passes, Metro Manila. Currently, the leading domestic carrier traffic in the country, serving the most domestic destinations with the largest number of flights and routes. Domestically, he flies to major cities across the country, while at the international level, he flies to Bangkok, Busan, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Taipei.
Zest Airways (formerly Asian Spirit) with a & # 39 is a budget airline based Ninoy Aquino International Airport in the strip, Metro Manila. Domestically, he flies to major cities across the country, while internationally, it flies between Manila and Incheon, Manila and Shanghai, Manila and Jinjiang, Cebu and Incheon Kalibo and Incheon Kalibo and Busan, Kalibo and Shanghai , Kalibo and Taipei.
Seair or South-East Asia with the airline & # 39 is the second oldest airline to provide air transportation in the Philippines. It is known as the Philippines premier & # 39; er holiday airline and serves the following domestic destinations: Manila, Boracay, Batanes, scoreboard (Romblon), Clark, Cebu, Tacloban, Perto Princesa, Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, Davao, Bacolod, Kalibo – and the following international destinations – Singapore, Hong Kong, Kota Kinabalu and Bangkok. Flight is running Tiger-Seair partnerships (all international flights from Clark and domestic flights NAIA-Cebu / Davao) sold through the Tiger Airways website. On December 16, 2010, Tiger Airways and Seair officially started cooperation, which will lease the aircraft Tiger Seair Seair and will operate the aircraft in the livery Seair, using pilots and flight attendants in Seair. 
- Seair flies from Manila to Cebu
- Seair flies from Manila to Tacloban
- Seair flies from Manila to Iloilo
- Seair flying from Manila to Puerto Princesa
- Seair flies from Manila to Kalibo
- Seair flies from Manila Davao
- Seair flies from Manila to Bacolod
Tiger Airways with a & # 39 is the low cost airlines provide air transport in Singapore, Australia, Asia and the Pacific and South-East Asia, including the Philippines. Headquartered in Budget Terminal Changi Airport in Singapore. However, on September 25, 2012, it will operate from Terminal 2 Singapore Changi Airport because of the budget terminal wear for the future terminal 4 in 2017. Tiger Airways in partnership with Seair December 16, 2010, to provide a more affordable air travel to the Philippines.
- Manila Kalibo (v)  Manila Tacloban (v)  Manila Cebu (v)  Manila Bacolod (v)  Manila Iloilo (v)  Manila gave (v)  Manila to Puerto Princesa (v)  Clark to Kalibo (v)
- Manila in Singapore (v)  Manila Jakarta (v) (via Singapore)  Manila Phuket (v) (via Singapore)  Manila Trivandrum (v) (via Singapore)  Manila Perth (v) (via Singapore)  Clark Kota Kinabalu (v)  Clark in Hong Kong (v)  Clark Bangkok (v)  Clark in Singapore (v)
Air Asia from the & # 39; is the largest low-cost airline in Asia and the pioneer of low cost air travel, not only in the Philippines but also in Asia. AirAsia group operates scheduled domestic and international flights to over 400 destinations spanning 25 countries, including the Philippines. Its main center with the & # 39 is a low cost Terminal (LCCT) at the international airport of Kuala Lumpur (KLIA). Its Philippine branch, Air Asia Philippines launched its first flight in March 2012, in collaboration with the Philippine businessman Antonio Cojuangco, Michael Romero and the Mar & # 39; Jana Hontiveros. the main center of Air Asia Philippines with & # 39 is Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA)  Domestic directions :. 
- Clark Davao (v.v.)  Clark to Kalibo (v.v.)  Clark to Puerto Princesa (v.v.)
- Clark in Kuala Lumpur (v)  Clark Kota Kinabalu (v)  Clark Gold Coast (v)  Clark in Hong Kong (v)  Clark Macau (v)