Schedule cheap business class flights to the Philippines with Fly World Class to ensure a comfortable and relaxing flight to a country with verdant tropical rain forests and lively cities. The Philippines has more than 7,100 islands, and the wonderfully diverse landscapes are greatly influenced by earthquakes and volcanic activity. The wide variety of cultural influences has also made a distinct impact on the Philippines of today. Traditions and beliefs from Spanish, Malay, Japanese, Hindu, and American immigrants are integral to the nation, in addition to the prehistoric Negrito population with the earliest footprints.
Banaue is an old town in the Philippines that has rice terraces 2,000 years old, and Vigan has an old town with vibrant Spanish colonial influences. Zamboanga has a mix of Muslim and Catholic communities that sets the community apart and earned it the nickname “Asia’s Latin City.” Many who travel to the Philippines enjoy exhilarating adventures in nature, such as rafting the white water rapids, scuba diving, and exploring volcanos.
Countless visitors to the Philippines via Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) have marveled at the invigorating atmosphere, which is animated and rich in diversity. The urban development of the city is as evident as the bracing poverty. There are many unforgettable experiences to be had in Manila. The walled city of Intramuros is Manila’s oldest district and it is within the core of the city’s historic district. Construction of the defensive walls of Intramuros began in 1590. Because of a terribly destructive attack by foreign invaders in 1574, the walls were built to protect against future marauders. The building continued under numerous governor-generals and was finally completed in 1872. The stone Spanish citadel is seemingly indestructible, having withstood natural disasters, wars, and wave after wave of colonial invaders.
Many visitors who travel first class to Philippines and arrive at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) appreciate the fact that the city is predominantly Roman Catholic. Greenbelt Chapel is in the midst of a luxury shopping complex; and not far away is Greenbelt 5, where local design talent finds tremendous support. Quiapo Church is actually named the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, and it is home of a dark statue of Jesus Christ. The statue is believed to be miraculous, which is why many tourists flock to the church every year. The church was founded in 1588, burned down in 1603, and reconstructed beginning in 1686. But that wasn’t the end of the church’s struggles. After more destruction due to an earthquake and later a fire, completion of the current version of the Baroque church was in 1933, though changes were made in 1984.
Book your business class tickets to Philippines with our travel experts at Fly World Class for a luxurious journey to a diverse nation. Whether you land at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL), Davao’s Francisco Bangoy International Airport (DVO), or one of the many other airports in the Philippines, our travel professionals will ensure that your trip is comfortable and relaxing.