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Airfare from Jeddah to Manila

Airfare from Jeddah to Manila

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1,680.44 SAR

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1,804.22 SAR

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119 Days before the Departure

Quick Comparison Between Jeddah & Manila

Local Time


02:31 AM


07:31 AM


Saudi Arabia Kingdom




FoodBased on Affordable Restaurant


20 SAR


11.71 SAR

Public TransportOne-way Ticket




1.56 SAR

Average temperature





Weather in Jeddah for the next 7 days

Tue 26°C Wed 25°C Thu 25°C Fri 25°C Sat 24°C Sun 25°C Mon 25°C

Weather in Manila for the next 7 days

Tue 27°C Wed 27°C Thu 27°C Fri 26°C Sat 25°C Sun 25°C Mon 25°C

Jeddah to Manila cheapest fare

This week cheapest price
7800 SAR
Next 7 days cheapest price
7440 SAR
Next 15 days cheapest price
7440 SAR
Next 30 days cheapest price
4257 SAR

Travel and COVID-19 Update


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Jeddah to Manila Flight Information

Average Flight Prices


SAR 7,338



8589.37 km

Top Airlines


Qatar AirwaysGulf AirTurkish Airlines

Origin Airport


King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED)

Destination Airport


Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL)

Airport Details/Information


Origin Airport Facilities

King Abdulaziz International Airport


Destination Airport Facilities

Ninoy Aquino International Airport

  • Hajj Terminal
  • Royal lounge
  • VIP lounge
  • Car hire
  • Cafés and restaurants
  • ATM
  • Vip Lounge
  • Passenger Lounge
  • Lost & Found Office
  • Duty-Free Shop
  • ATMs
  • Shops

King Abdulaziz International Airport

King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) (IATA: JED, ICAO: OEJN) is the third-largest airport in the Kingdom. It is situated 19 km to the north of Jeddah and serves as one of the busiest airports in the country.

The airport holds the Hajj terminal that is considered one of the world's largest terminals, occupying a space of 105 square kilometers, and can serve 80,000 passengers at once. 

Ninoy Aquino International Airport

Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (IATA: MNL, ICAO: RPLL), also called Manila International Airport, is the main international air portal to The Philippines. It is one of the two international airports serving the Metro Manila Area.

The airport consists of four terminals; Terminals 1 and 3 serve international airlines, while terminals 2 and 4 are for domestic airlines. 

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Almosafer has compiled a list of the top airlines offering cheap tickets from Jeddah to Manila.

With Qatar Airways, you can fly from Jeddah to Manila and back for as low as around SAR 3,087. Yet, you’ll get comfortable seats, onboard meals, and inflight entertainment. 

You can also choose to fly on Gulf Air for a minimum cost of around SAR 8,176 and enjoy comfortable seats, Wi-Fi access, and pre-ordered meals.  

Baggage guides of popular airlines flying to Manila:

About Jeddah… The Bride of the Red Sea

Travelers often enter Mecca through Jeddah. It’s the largest city in Mecca Province, the second-largest city in Saudi Arabia after Riyadh, and the eighth-largest in the Middle East.

The city’s architecture shows a mixture of ancient mud houses, historic souks, and various shopping malls with the latest designer products. 

About Manila… The Pearl of the Orient

Manila is the capital city of The Philippines and the largest of the 7,000 islands that constitute the country. It’s considered the heart of the nation’s politics, culture, economy, and education.

Metro Manila is situated on the island of Luzon in the south while spanning along the eastern shore of Manila Bay at the mouth of the Pasig River. 

The city’s original name, “Maynilad”, is derived from “the nilad plant” that used to grow plentifully by the side of the banks of the river. Later, the name was abbreviated to its present form.

It’s the main entrance for international travelers flying to the Philippines. Thanks to its geographical advantage for being near the panoramic islands of Corregidor, Batangas, and Laguna.

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One can visit Manila all year round, even during its rainy season, and still spend a great time doing open-air activities.

This city normally has a tropical climate, with two major seasons; dry and wet. The wet season starts in June and ends in November. The weather becomes hot and humid. The monsoon months, when the city encounters floods and typhoons, are in July, August, and September. 

For the dry season, it starts from January to April. The weather gets warm, with an average daily temperature higher than 33°C. It’s said this is the best time of the year to visit Manila.

It’s also highly recommended to visit it amid the holidays to indulge in the festive lights and decorations. The Filipinos’ fiestas and festivals occur throughout the year, such as the Chinese New Year, Feast of Santo Nino, Manila Summer sea sports festival, and the Santacruzan festival.

Exciting Places to Visit in Manila

  • Rizal Park: Try to make it to a concert at the open-air theatre and satisfy your musical sense.
  • Intramuros: Also known as "The Walled City", it’s the oldest district and historic core of the city that still maintains the character of the Spanish-era architecture. This place was the seat of the Spanish government and political power when it used to rule the Philippines.
  • The National Museum of the Philippines: The museum showcases a great collection of the different aspects of Filipino art, culture, and history. It is divided into many sections; Fine Arts, Anthropology, Natural History, and a Planetarium.

Discover More About your Flight and Destination Through Almosafer FAQ’s

Q. Can I travel to Manila nowadays in light of the Coronavirus outbreak?

A. The country is partially restricted. In other words, a PCR test or quarantine upon arrival is your solution to enter the country. Therefore, ensure to check all required guidelines before booking.  

Q. Do airlines have flatbeds for sleeping? 

A. Most airlines, like Turkish Airlines, offer fully-flat beds for business class passengers.  

Q. How long is the flight to Manila?

A. Average flight duration from Jeddah to Manila is 12 hours.

Q. Which shopping malls are well-known in Manila?

A. Go wild while shopping in Manila, one of the best shopping destinations that offers a lot of malls. The SM Mall of Asia (MOA) is in the Bay City, Pasay, and most suitable for travelers who like to go on a retail spree. Or, the Venice Grand Canal Mall makes a perfect substitute, as it mirrors a life-size replica of the Venice Grand Canal, and holds an impressive array of retail shops.

Q. Where to eat in Manila?

A. Each region serves special dishes, made up of the most popular; Pinakbet, Papaetan, Relleno, Sisig, Adobo, and Pansit Molo. Make your mouth water in Binondo, the vibrant, historical, and oldest Chinatown in the world, established in 1594. Try out the delicious food in the bustling alleys bursting with traditional bakeries and budget-friendly street-side eateries.

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FAQs About Flights From Jeddah To Manila

  • What is the Main Airport in Manila?

    When you arrive Manila you will be landing in Ninoy Aquino International.

  • How Much is the Cheapest Rate for flights back from Jeddah to Manila?

    Best rate for flights from Jeddah to Manila is Etihad Airways, Oman Air & Ethiopian Airlines.

  • When is the Cheapest day to book a Flight from Jeddah to Manila?

    The cheapest day that you can book a flight from Jeddah to Manila is Tuesday.

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