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Direct flights take on average 3h 55m to travel the 4,193 km between Manila and Incheon.
In normal times, a total of 226 direct flights connect Manila to Incheon weekly. On average, there are 32 departures per day.
In the last 72 hours, the best return deals on flights connecting Manila to Incheon were found on Philippines AirAsia (₱7,127) and Cebu Pacific (₱7,412). Philippines AirAsia proposed the cheapest one-way flight at ₱3,250.
In normal times, Korean Air flies from Manila to Incheon up to 7 times per day, Asiana Airlines up to 7 times per day, and Philippine Airlines up to 6 times per day.
For Manila to Incheon, Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Saturday is the most expensive. Flying from Incheon back to Manila, the best deals are generally found on Sunday, with Tuesday being the most expensive.
Manila airport is called Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl and the only airport in Incheon is Incheon Intl.
The earliest flight leaves Manila at 12:35 am and lands in Incheon at 5:40 am.
The last flight leaves Manila at 11:55 pm and lands in Incheon at 4:50 am.
All the following airlines operate direct flights between Manila and Incheon: Cebu Pacific, Jeju Air, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Philippine Airlines, and Philippines AirAsia.
The Airbus A321neo is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Manila to Incheon flight route.
SkyTeam, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between Manila and Incheon, with SkyTeam being the most commonly used for this route.
There are direct flights from Manila to Incheon on a daily basis.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Manila to Incheon are Jeju Air and Philippine Airlines. With an average price for the route of ₱9,098 and an overall rating of 7.8, Jeju Air is the most popular choice. Philippine Airlines is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of ₱19,738 and an overall rating of 7.3.
Korean Air, Asiana Airlines and Philippine Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Manila to Incheon. Confirm policies on booking site.
KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Manila to Incheon.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Incheon from Manila is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.
Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Incheon with an airline and back to Manila with another airline.
Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Incheon from Manila up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
As posred earlier the crew was very accommodating & professional. Thank You Allen
All though you can not help it the kids was loud and unruly, The crew was very accommodating and professional. Thank You Allen.
No priority counter check in for families with young children.
The flight was delayed from GUM to ICN, there was no notification on how delayed the flight would be. Although we received notice, there was no specified time given. The flight was also very uncomfortable.
The check in process was horrible. We were not advised that a Visa was required. And during check in, we were told that it was only going to cost $8.00 but was actually $88.00. The female agent who checked me in last minute also gave me attitude and said to me, “galit ka pa ba?” Almost as if it were my fault thst I was frustrated. I work in the airline industry and work for a US carrier where we advise passengers if possible documents needed for travel. Not only was this female agents attitude rude and unprofessional, but she was acting as if she didn’t care about anything or whether or not I got in the flight. She kept insisting that “I wait for an email showing that my K-ETA was approved, but had I waited for an email, I would’ve missed my flight. I will never again fly on this carrier, even if they cost the cheapest, because my experience with the front line customer facing employees was horrible. Im also going to make sure I share this experience with family and friends via social media and word of mouth.
Incheon (ICN)South Korea