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Fly from Toronto to Manila
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Airports servicing Toronto
- Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
- Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)
Airports servicing Manila
- Ninoy Aquino International (MNL)
Avg temp for October in Manila31.2 °C
Average rainfall for October in Manila197.1 mm
Cheap flights from Toronto to Manila
Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is a supersized city with a population of around 1.7 million. The city is as varied as its heritage, which boasts a rich mix of indigenous, Chinese, American and Spanish influences. It’s here that you’ll find the oldest Chinatown in the world and a UNESCO-listed Spanish Old Town.
There are lots of ways to travel between Manila and Toronto. All flights come with at least one stopover, so it’s easy to mix and match airlines and flight times.
How long is the flight from Toronto to Manila?
Toronto to Manila flights range from 21 hours to over 60 hours long. They all include a stopover or two.
Which airlines operate flights from Toronto to Manila?
Delta Air Lines and China Southern Airlines offer flights from Toronto to Manila. You could also combine airlines to get a cheaper fare – e.g. you could fly from Toronto to Tokyo with Air Canada and then travel on to Manila with Philippine Airlines.
How frequent are flights between Toronto and Manila?
There are loads of ways of flying from Toronto to Manila, so you can pretty much take your pick of flights. Our smart search engine will give you a clear bird’s-eye view of your choices and help you easily compare the cheapest, smartest and quickest flights.
Which airports serve Toronto and Manila?
Your Toronto to Manila flight could start from Toronto Pearson International Airport or City Centre Airport (Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport).
Manila has one international airport – Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Which direct flight route between Toronto and Manila is cheapest?
There aren’t any direct flights. The cheapest flights from Toronto to Manila are often the longest – expect 2 or more stops. Sometimes it’s worth paying a little more to cut the flight time in half.
Manila is the high-energy capital of the Philippines. Most of the city’s oldest buildings live in the Spanish quarter of Intramuros, where you’ll spy San Agustin Church and Fort Santiago. Ferries head out into Manila Bay and the World War II museums of Corregidor Island.
Modern Manila sprawls out from the old town. Expect wall-to-wall skyscrapers, a multicultural food scene and massive 24/7 shopping malls.
The Philippines has a tropical climate, so it’s worth timing your flights from Toronto to Manila just right. Temperatures in Manila are usually over 25°C year-round, and rainstorms douse the city between June and September.
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