Flying from Dubai International Airport
Flights from Dubai operate regularly and Dubai International Airport is close to the city, enabling easy access from surrounding areas. The most common mode of transport to the airport is by taxi. There is no shortage of cabs and, in particular, the cream-coloured Dubai Transport Corporation cars are widely recognised as being reliable and reasonably priced. There are also bus routes running directly from the city, and many hotels operate their own transport. The latest addition is the automated metro, which has stops across the city and was opened in 2009. For passengers who are on stopovers, there is a complimentary shuttle bus between the airport's terminals; this runs 24 hours a day.
There are three terminals at Dubai International Airport, one of which is exclusive to Emirates flights. As might be expected, in the United Arab Emirates terminal there is an extensive range of VIP services available at an additional cost that speed up the process between checking in and arriving at the lounge. The airport has a range of lounges, including two Quiet Lounges in Terminal 1, which allow passengers to rest before flights.
The airport has an extensive range of shopping and dining options, and features many global luxury brands. All tastes are catered for, from Indian cuisine to fish and chips, enabling passengers who are travelling on one of the flights Dubai offers to enjoy a relaxing meal. There is also a variety of services available, including banks, tour operators and hire car companies, should they be required.
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Travelling in Manila
Manila Airport is situated in within a stone's throw of the city, and is easily accessible by car and train. Most travellers to the region will use the trains, as the fares are very cheap, however, car hire is also reasonably priced and can be arranged from the hotel itself. There is a road, called the NAIA Expressway, leading directly to the city from the airport, which makes this option easier for travellers. One of the primary benefits of staying in the Philippines is the cheap accommodation that is often of a very high standard in class and service. This does not change near the airport and there are many hotels nearby that will cater for a range of budgets. A large number of travellers tend to pass through Manila Airport as it is very well connected to other parts of Asia.
The most important sport in the city is basketball, and the basketball team, Metrostars. Many tourists on visits to the city will often watch a game during the season. Travellers who would prefer to relax and learn about the history of Manila will be happy to know that there are a great many parks and recreation areas in the city, the most famous of which are the Rajah Sulayman Park and the Manila Boardwalk.
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- 2 direct flights are operating from Dubai Emirate to Manila today.
- Today's average time for a direct flight is 8h 10m.
- Emirates flight 332 (3:50 AM GMT, Boeing 777-300ER) is today's earliest available flight from Dubai Emirate to Manila.
- Emirates flight 334 (10:20 AM GMT, Boeing 777-300ER) is today's latest available flight from Dubai Emirate to Manila.
- Today's shortest direct flight from Dubai Emirate to Manila (Emirates flight 332, Boeing 777-300ER) takes 8h 10m.
- Today's longest direct flight from Dubai Emirate to Manila (Emirates flight 332, Boeing 777-300ER) takes 8h 10m.
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