Book flights from Munich to Manila with Qatar Airways
Discover a new and better way to reach your destination, with flights from Munich to Manila with Qatar Airways setting a new benchmark for luxury air travel. We ensure that you’re provided with not only generous legroom and comfortable seats, but also access throughout your flight to a great selection of award-winning services. Our cabin crew are courteous and attentive, and trained to look after all your needs to ensure that you reach Manila feeling refreshed.
The fabled and beautiful Pearl of the Orient is a thriving megacity that positively exudes energetic vibes. There’s a great atmosphere of optimism and creativity about modern Manila that you’ll feel the moment you land with Qatar Airways. There’s a flourishing music scene, and the edgy art galleries, street cafés and colourful traditional markets all combine to make this a city full of interest, charm and excitement.
Arriving in Manila
Fly to Manila with Qatar Airways and you’ll be on the way to discover your own little slice of Pacific perfection. This energetic city never stops, and visitors are captivated by its energy and the warmth of its people.
The capital of the Philippines is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. Attracting entrepreneurs, innovators and high-tech businesses, it’s also a magnet for adventurous travellers looking for a more unusual destination.
Fly to Manila with Qatar Airways and see why so many people put this vibrant location on their ‘Bucket List’ of places to see.
The majority of Manila’s most popular attractions are to be found in the bay area. The Malacanang Palace, built in the 18th century, is the official home of the president of the Philippines.
As well as the palace, there are some spectacular public gardens and a museum to explore.
For an interesting glimpse into the history of the Philippines the Bonafacio Shrine honours national hero Andres Bonafacio, who played a significant part in the struggle for Filipino independence.
Manila has plenty of museums to choose from, including the National Museum of the Philippines, with collections covering archaeology, culture, zoology and the arts.
To get a better understanding of the nation’s history, head to the Museum of Philippine Political History, or discover the country’s great artists at the National Art Gallery.
Flights to Munich with Qatar Airways land at Niquoy Aquino International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Manila please check the visa and passport requirements.
Flying from Munich
Clean, efficient and welcoming – Munich Airport is everything you would expect from Germany’s second-largest international air hub. Voted European Airport of the Year in 2011, it puts the emphasis on efficiency and a friendly, professional service to enhance the passenger experience.
Customers flying from Munich with Qatar Airways will find this airport to be one of the best in the world for ease of transit, and if you are transferring between flights at Munich you’ll find the process to be effortless and stress-free.
Parking and transportation
Transport to the airport is, as you would expect, highly organised and extremely well run. The airport is directly connected to the city by the Munich suburban railway (S-Bahn) lines S1 and S8, which take approximately 45 minutes from the centre of Munich to the terminals.
Munich Airport Terminal station is located in a tunnel beneath the central area. Buses are also regular, with MVV bus lines linking to the nearby city of Freising, Erding and Markt Schwaben. Taxis are plentiful.
There are also plenty of parking areas close to the terminals, with those located a little further out linked by shuttle bus service.
Arriving at Munich Airport
Passengers flying from Munich with Qatar Airways depart from Terminal 1, Module B. Check in counters, security points, customs and most facilities are located on level 4.
Amenities and facilities
There are a wealth of retail outlets, duty free points and refreshment vendors throughout the terminal. Most restaurants are located on level 4 and serve everything from on-the-go snacks and coffee to more substantial meals. Free Internet services are available for up to 30 minutes.
The main point of reference for passengers is the Munich Airport Centre or MAC, situated between terminals 1 and 2, which is a dedicated services and facilities centre for passengers’ use. It houses a complete shopping mall and conference centre, and even an ice skating rink in the winter.