Lasting at least 16 hours and 20 minutes, the trip from Manila Airport (MNL-Ninoy Aquino Intl.) to Dallas, TX Airport (DAL-Love Field) is classified as a long-haul flight. Try to catch some shut-eye while you're in the air to help keep jet lag at bay.
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Cheap flights from Manila are easy to search and sort when you use Orbitz.com to plan your next vacation or business trip. In Manila, the main airport serving the metropolitan area is Manila International Airport. The airport is located about five miles south of central Manila. Clark International Airport also handles a portion of air travelers from Manila, although it's 50 miles further away. Dozens of international airlines depart and arrive at Manila International Airport each day, including Air China, Delta, Emirates, Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Japan Airlines.
There are four main terminals at Manila International Airport. Three of them, one, two and four, have paid parking facilities. There's a flat fee for parking of P$35. Overnight parking costs P$50 and requires certain documentation be presented at the guardhouse.
Taxicabs and public transit services within the city of Manila are available to take passengers to the airport. Traffic congestion is often quite high, so allow plenty of time for your arrival. An airport shuttle service runs all day long that ferries passengers between terminals. The airport shuttle is free of charge.
Each terminal at Manila International Airport has a host of shops and restaurants. There's something for everyone, whether you need a quick bite or would rather sit down and enjoy a full meal. Coffee shops and bars are also open in each terminal. Be sure to book cheap flights from Manila through Orbitz.com, and you'll have a much more enjoyable and affordable trip.
Before you start planning your trip to Dallas, see what flights are available. You can find flights to Dallas that land at any of the three major airports in the region. The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the largest, and you can get flights through American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Connection, United Express, and other domestic and international companies. Located less than 10 miles from the business district in the city, the Dallas Executive Airport offers charter and private flights. The Addison Airport, located nine miles from the business district, works with charter and cargo companies. If you have problems finding a flight, check Orbitz.com for available Dallas flights.
Two public transportation systems have stops at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, so getting from the airport to your hotel is easy. The Trinity Railway Express makes stops in Dallas and Fort Worth, while the Dallas Area Rapid Transit makes stops in Dallas. If you'd rather rent a car, check Orbitz.com for deals. The major highways running through Dallas make it easy to find your way to your hotel.
Dallas rarely gets snow, but the city does see temperatures in the 30s and 40s during winter with some precipitation. Temperatures in the high 70s through the high 90s with high humidity are common in the summer.
Dallas has many attractions that appeal to travelers, including the Dallas World Aquarium, the Dallas Museum of Art, Reunion Tower, and Victory Park. When browsing Orbitz.com for flights to Dallas, look for discount tickets to these attractions and others.
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