It is suggested that you allow 2 to 3 hours for domestic travel, 3 to
4 hours for international travel prior to your departure time in
order to complete the necessary check-in, security and Immigration
Make sure your hand-carry and check-in baggage meets the strict
requirements, if in doubt check with the airline.
What may be allowed as a hand carry item in the Philippines may not be
allowed in another country, for example cigarettes and tobacco,
alcoholic drinks and certain food items. Check the customs
requirements for the countries you will be flying via or in to.
PASSPORTS AND VISAS
Make sure you have a valid
visa and onward ticket for the country if required and your passport has a
minimum of six months validity.
wish you a safe and pleasant journey.
DOMESTIC FLIGHT ID
Domestic airlines may be asking for 2 valid ID's upon check-in, this
to the increasing number of passengers using fraudulent tickets and
falsified IDs. Also be reminded that using tickets issued under another
guest's name you may be charged with civil and criminal action under
existing laws and may face imprisonment for up to 20 years.
Valid PHOTO ID's that
may use for DOMESTIC flights.
Police issued ID
OSCA/ Senior Citizen ID
Phil- Health Card
Birth Certificate (for baby)
in doubt check with your travel agent who issued the ticket or
150php domestic departures.
Check with the airline if included in your ticket.
for International flights
1,620php for Philippinos and 13A residents.
Tourists after 1 year and some other categories.
Additional 500php on first exit.
EMIGRATION EXIT CLEARANCE (ECC)
After 6 months
stay you must obtain an ECC from your local Immigration office 2
weeks prior to departure.
ALL FEES PAYABLE
IN CASH ONLY