Arrival Tax at Philippine Airports

Is there an Arrival Tax at Manila and Cebu Airports

This question crops crops up at times, and the answer has always been:


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There is no Arrivals Tax, only the departure taxes.

You can see current Travel Tax rates at: www.tieza.gov.ph/index.php/travel-tax/travel-tax-rates

Current Philippines Departure Tax is:

P1,620 + 200 (certificate fee) for Economy Class

and

P2,700 + 200 (certificate fee) for First Class

Who pays the Philippines Departure Tax?

1. Citizens of the Philippines
2. Taxable Foreign Passport Holders
3. Non-immigrant foreign passport holders who have stayed in the Philippines for more than one (1) year
More: www.tieza.gov.ph/index.php/travel-tax

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  2. Philippine Travel Tax

    Philippine Airlines Quotes the Following at September 2015

    For adult passengers, the travel tax is
    PHP1,620 (Business and Economy class)
    PHP810 for children (2-11 years)

    Airport Terminal Fee’s

    Airport terminal fees are
    PHP550 international departures and
    PHP200 local/domestic departures.

    These fees will be collected at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Centennial Terminal 2).
    For PAL Express code-shared flights, PHP200 per passenger will be collected at the NAIA Terminal 3.

    http://www.philippineairlines.com/about-pal/frequently-asked-questions/check/

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