The city of Manila, along with sixteen other cities like Pasig, Quezon and Makati, make up region of Metro Manila, the national capital region of Philippines. Manila has a long and varied history and this city, which was founded by the Spanish Conquistadors in 1571, is today a teeming metropolis, which serves as a base for tourists heading to the many famed beach resorts of the Philippines archipelago.
Manila the political, educational and commercial capital of the Philippines hosts a population of more than 16 million residents. Like its siblings in the developing world, Manila is a city of great inequalities for it offers a landscape that features luxurious mansions, which stand cheek by jowl with the squalor of slum dwellings.
Manila is home to an excellent protected harbor and has a busy port, which serves a thriving international trade scene. Major exports from Manila include products like refined sugar, copra, coconut oil, plywood and rope. The city also hosts several industries like chemicals, textiles, apparel, publishing and food processing. In recent years, Metro Manila has also developed into a prominent center for the BPO and KPO industries as result Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International airport tends to receive a constant influx of business professionals from all over the globe.
In fact, if you have an upcoming work trip scheduled to Manila, you may want to use business flights for your trek to the other side of the globe. The journey to Manila from the west is usually indirect, across continents and time zones and the only way to combat the fatigue arising from such a schlep is to fly business class to Manila.
Business class air travel enhances the quality of your passage by affording you, various comforts like onboard power supply for your laptop, personal work space, convertible into flat-bed seats, a never-ending supply of gourmet food and drink and personalized service on the ground and in the air. Additionally, business flights need not be prohibitive as cheap business class tickets to various world-wide destinations can be procured by us at Fare Buzz via our exclusive relationships with more than sixty domestic and international airlines. So if you are currently looking for cheap business tickets to Manila, do contact us without a moment to spare.
Travel to Manila has lately been in the news as several low cost carriers like Air Phil Express, Jeju Airways, Cebu Pacific and Jetstar have announced new routes to and from Manila for 2012, in an effort to serve the 11 million strong Filipino diaspora located all over the globe.
However it is not only the budget airlines that are increasing service to Manila, for several full service carriers have also announced increased capacity to Manila in 2012, like Malaysian Airlines which will increase its two daily flights to Manila from Kuala Lumpur, to three flights a day from March 25,2012. These flights will feature the airline’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft configured into two classes with 16 flat beds in business class and 160 spacious seats in coach.
Similarly Delta will also offer enhanced capacity to Manila for the summer 2012 by offering daily service on its route from Detroit-Nagoya-Manila. Singapore airlines in the meanwhile, has announced plan to phase out first class cabins on its four daily services to Manila in 2012. These services will now feature two-class Boeing 777-200 aircraft that offer fully flat space beds in business class along with an Airbus A330-300 which is equipped with 30 angled lie-flat seats in business.
Finding cheap business flights to Manila has never been easier so do book with us online or call one of our agents today.