Travelers are back.

Walk-in applicants are now accepted under the Courtesy Lane.

Need to get tested?

The New Year begins with stricter health protocols.

Just days away from Christmas, Super Typhoon Odette (international name Rai) wreaked havoc in several provinces across Mimaropa, Visayas, and Mindanao after making its first landfall in Siargao in the afternoon of December 16. As of writing, over three million families are affected by power outages, food and drinking water are scarce,  phone reception is intermittent, and the death toll has risen to over 100.

While this time of the year is typically the period for festivities and cheer, many families, especially in the hardest-hit areas, are spending Christmas in evacuation centers and in need of help. Through these donation drives, you can help communities get back on their feet again:

The airline is prepped for travel recovery with the A330neo delivery.

There are cities and provinces that only require a vaccination card.

Available for a limited time only!

A travel expense cut off your budget.

Travel safely and responsibly!

As of September 22, Coron is accepting tourists from Palawan or those under the Point-to-Point Tourism Program.

More locations to add to your bucket list!

You will have to stay in Phuket for 7 days first before visiting other destinations.

Up to 70% off on discounts in 80 hotels across the country!

Buy all you can, fly when you can.

Granular lockdowns have four levels.

New categories for countries are also introduced.

Planning to travel internationally soon?

Tickets are at P250 each.

Get the jab done.

Metro Manila and Laguna will be under MECQ until the end of August 2021.