Manila and Cebu are the Philippines' two principal international gateway cities
Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport, seven km from the city center, is served by more than 26 major international airlines, including Air Canada, Cathay Pacific, American Airlines and Northwest Airlines. Philippine Airlines, the country's official flag carrier, links Manila to 26 cities in 19 countries and provides daily service to and from 42 major destinations within the country. Several other charter airlines, including Aerolift, Pacific Air and Grand Airways, offer comprehensive internal services.
Cebu, the Philippines' second international gateway, handles regular flights from Japan, Singapore and Australia, as well as charter flights from Hong Kong, the United States and other major travel markets.