Manila to Malinta

Manila to Malinta

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Transportation from Manila to Malinta

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    ₱ 6,518
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Manila to Malinta Destination Reviews

Bus Economy Non AC, Isarog Line, Jan 8, 2020
Bus Regular, Isarog Line, Dec 24, 2019
delayed trip from 12 hours it took as almost 24 hours travel. although the it wasnt their fault that there are close roads that causes so much traffic at least they can do is organize the terminal so that there is proper waiting area for the passengers..
Bus Elite, Isarog Line, Dec 17, 2019
Suggestions for improvement: Bus 801- 1) the seat numbers did not indicate which are the aisle or window seat. 2) USB charging connections very high and not accessible 3) there was an engine defect and we were stopped on the road for 3 hours. Cubao Terminal - 1) male Cr. You call it a "comfort" room? No water and very dirty! 2) terminal is too small for your large operation.
Bus Regular, Isarog Line, Nov 11, 2019
Fast and very convenient for there service
Bus Regular, Isarog Line, Jul 2, 2019
Not hassle and organized too
Bus Elite, Isarog Line, May 1, 2019
With hidden charges the receipt I have is only 2200 while I was charged 3k plus online, you still need to confirm with the local bus operator the seat assigned to you, and be early on the day of your trip.
Bus Regular, Isarog Line, Apr 18, 2019
Very convenient
15 customer reviews

How to get from Manila to Malinta by Plane

Taking a flight is the fastest and easiest way to get from Manila to Malinta. In order to find the best deal, use our online booking service.

There are regular flights departing from Manila to Malinta so there are many options to choose from. Keep in mind, however, that a plane is a relatively expensive means of transportation. If you want to secure the best deal, it’s better to book a ticket in advance. It’s also a good idea to plan far ahead if travelling around popular travel seasons.

How far is it from Manila to Malinta?

According to Google Maps, the driving distance from Manila to Malinta B is 299 miles (481 km). A flying distance is shorter - it is approximately 230 miles.

How long does it take to get from Manila to Malinta by Plane?

Traveling by plane guarantees the fastest time to get from Manila to Malinta. The estimated Manila to Malinta travel time is 1h 25m. Keep in mind, however, that getting to the airport, checking-in, and passing through security checks will take some time - it’s better to come to the airport at least an hour in advance if you are flying domestically and two hours in advance if it is an international flight.

The trip duration from Manila and Malinta is more or less the same whichever airline you choose to fly.

How much does it cost to get from Manila to Malinta?

There are a few ways to secure the cheapest airline tickets. Here are several hints on how to grab the best deals for flying from Manila to Malinta:

  • Getting the cheapest air ticket is possible during the airline’s sale period. Discounts can be quite huge, but you have to monitor good deals constantly.
  • Buy an air ticket with a low-cost airline. There are airlines that position themselves as low-cost carriers. Their tickets can be quite cheap - bear in mind though that the departure time can be inconvenient.
  • Buy a ticket straight at the airport. This is the least convenient way to get a plane ticket. A same day Manila to Malinta ticket price is usually higher than the one you get if booking in advance.

Best Rated Companies for This Route

The route from Manila to Malinta is operated by the following airlines: CebGo. Most travellers who bought air tickets for this route with us, opted for . Yet all the carriers we offer enjoy good reputation and provide decent service.

Before booking your flight ticket, always check what is included into the airfare. Remember that checked luggage may or may not be included. Luggage allowance and carry-on luggage dimensions also differ from carrier to carrier. Budget airlines may require online check-in and make you pay for any extras like choosing your seat or onboard meals.