Find the most affordable flights from Cebu when you search and book with the help of Orbitz.com. On the island of Cebu, the main hub for air traffic is Mactan-Cebu International Airport. The airport features two terminals, one for domestic and another for international travelers. It's located about 12 miles outside of Cebu City, the provincial capital. Mactan-Cebu International Airport is served by a number of national and international airlines, including Cathay Pacific, Mandarin Airlines, Korean Air and Asiana Airlines. The airport is actually located on Mactan Island, just offshore from Cebu City. Orbitz.com lets you select the departure flight that fits within your budget and schedule.
Both short-term and long-term parking is available at the airport. You can also choose Waterfront Mactan or Metro Parking, both with lots near the airport. They have packages designed for international travelers.
You can rent either a car or local taxi service to deliver you to the front of the appropriate passenger terminal. Congestion of the bridge connecting Mactan Island with the mainland is often intense, leading to travel times of half an hour to an hour Plan accordingly, and leave with plenty of time to catch your departing flight. In general, international travelers should arrive three hours prior to departure.
While waiting for your flight to board, you can enjoy a snack or light meal from one of the several snack bars within the terminal. There are also souvenir shops where you can pick up a homecoming gift, known by the Philippine word "pasalubong." Planning your trip with Orbitz.com means you'll save money on flights from Cebu, so why not spend the extra cash on a souvenir or two.
The City of Davao is the second-largest city in the Philippines, with a population of nearly 1.5 million. It's one of the fastest growing cities in the world, and the Francisco Bangoy International Airport provides the air services it needs to maintain that growth. Airlines providing flights to Davao into the Francisco Bangoy International Airport include Air Philippines, Bouraq, Philippine Airlines and SilkAir. The airport is located about nine miles from the center of the city. Seats on available flights can be reserved using Orbitz.com, with many tickets available at bargain prices.
There are several modes of transport available to make the trip into Davao from the airport. For most travelers, the taxis located in the taxi rank outside the terminal are the most convenient method. If further transportation is required during the trip, rental cars are available at the airport as well.
Davao's weather is hot throughout the year, with little variation in temperature from month to month. The average high for the year is around 88°F, with an average low of about 75°F. Clothing year-round should be as cool as possible.
Davao is filled with tourist attractions, from the Eden Nature Park to the Tamayong Prayer Mountain. For a bit of wet adventure, there's the DECA Wakeboard Park or the Jose Abad Santos Falls. The Dahican Beach may take a bit of travel to reach, but it's a good location to learn to surf, have a tasty meal with the locals or just relax after completing one of the long flights to Davao.
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