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Direct (non-stop) flights from Manila to Perth


MNLDeparture

MNL

Ninoy Aquino International, Manila, Philippines Terminal 1

7h 15m, 3 244 miles
Plane
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PERDestination

PER

Perth International, Perth, Australia Terminal 1


Weekdays:
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Aircrafts:
Airbus A321
Flight time:
7h 15m
Route distance:
3 244 miles, 5220 km

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All flight schedules from Ninoy Aquino International, Philippines to Perth International, Australia. This route is operated by 1 airline(s), and the departure time is between 00:05 - 0. The distance is 3244 miles.

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Philippine Airlines

Philippine Airlines flight schedule from Ninoy Aquino International to Perth International

All weekly departures with Philippine Airlines.

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PR223
Dinner
00:05
00:05 MNL

07:20 PER

  • Terminal:
    1
  • Flight time:
    07:15
  • Distance:
    5220 km, 3244 miles
  • Aircraft:
    Airbus A321
  • Meals:
    Dinner
00:05
00:05 MNL

07:20 PER

  • Terminal:
    1
  • Flight time:
    07:15
  • Distance:
    5220 km, 3244 miles
  • Aircraft:
    Airbus A321
  • Meals:
    Dinner
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MNL

PER

00:05
00:05 MNL

07:20 PER

  • Terminal:
    1
  • Flight time:
    07:15
  • Distance:
    5220 km, 3244 miles
  • Aircraft:
    Airbus A321
  • Meals:
    Dinner
------
MNL

PER

00:05
00:05 MNL

07:20 PER

  • Terminal:
    1
  • Flight time:
    07:15
  • Distance:
    5220 km, 3244 miles
  • Aircraft:
    Airbus A321
  • Meals:
    Dinner
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MNL

PER

Airports fact and comparison

Ninoy Aquino International MNL

Ninoy Aquino International (MNL) is the largest airport in Philippines and is based in Manila. You can fly to 94 destinations with 43 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Ninoy Aquino International

98
 

Number of airlines

53
 

Weekly departures

2738
 

Perth International PER

Perth International (PER) is the fourth largest airport in Australia. You can fly to 56 destinations with 27 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Perth International

51
 

Number of airlines

30
 

Weekly departures

836
 

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