|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 24% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||April||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||$549||Average for round-trip flights in April 2021|
|Round-trip from||$1,842||From Sydney to Angeles City|
|One-way from||$13||One-way flight from Sydney to Angeles City|
SYD - CRK
$544 - $1,217
Nonstop and one-stop flights to the Clark International Airport in Angeles, Philippines (formerly known as the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport) from Australia range from anywhere from 17h and 20m to 45h and 40m. The fastest flights to Angeles, Philippines are often out of Brisbane and Sydney. The longer flights to Angeles, Philippines are the flights leaving from Melbourne, Adelaide, and Newcastle.
For jet setters travelling on a budget who don’t mind a longer flight duration, there’s also the option of a two-stop flight from Australia to the Philippines. Flights from Newcastle, Australia to Clark International Airport can be as long as 50h and 25m.
Travelers can get direct, budget-friendly flight deals from Australia to Angeles/Mabalacat, Philippines. Australian airports that offer nonstop flights to Angeles, Philippines are the Melbourne Airport (MEL) and the Sydney Airport (SYD) from multiple airlines.
From the Clark International Airport in Mabalacat and Angeles, Philippines, travelers may take a Point-to-Point (also called P2P) bus to the city centre of Angeles or city center of Mabalacat. Visitors can also rent a car through Avis or take a taxi to a city center, depending on their budget. The drive takes only about 10m to 20m from the the airport to either of the city’s centers, making it a convenient option.
Families, couples and solo travelers can easily find activities and places to visits while in the Angeles and Mabalacat area of the Philippines. Families visiting the Mabalacat and Angeles area of Philippines enjoy Dinosaur Island, a theme park full of tours, rides, gigantic dinosaur models and educational activities. Nearby Dinosaur Island is another theme park, Insectlandia. Visitors report loving the Bug’s Life Show, bubble show and walking tour. For travelers without little ones, the Almari Spa and Wellness is the ideal spot for those looking to get pampered and relax. Visitors to the area can also play a round of golf at Marina Hills Golf & Country Club, take a tour of the city, then enjoy its booming nightlife scene and coveted food hotpots at a budget-friendly price.
Yes, travelers flying from Australia to Angeles or Mabalacat, Philippines (or anywhere in the Philippines) do need a valid passport or visa. Australian passport allows a traveler to enter the Philippines without a visa if they intend to stay for 30 days or less for pleasure or business purposes. However, the traveler must show proof of a return-to-Australia ticket or onward travel to another country. Also, their passports must be valid at least six months beyond the intended stay in the Philippines.
For travelers visiting the Philippines for longer than 30 days, a visa is required that may be obtained from the Philippine Consulate General. In general, this visa will allow a stay of up to 59 days in the Philippines. Visitors wishing to stay longer than 59 days may apply for an Extension of Stay at any office of the Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines before their authorized 59-day stay runs out.